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Wakefield Pleased as Loan Move Could Become a Permanent Switch

12:38 pm Thursday, 25 February 2016
Following the earlier news that the Saddlers had secured the loan signing of Bournemouth's Josh Wakefield, with a view to a permanent move in the summer, the midfielder has spoken to club journalists and discussed his desire to hit the ground running and break into Sean O'Driscoll's first-team.
Following the earlier news that the Saddlers had secured the loan signing of Bournemouth's Josh Wakefield, with a view to a permanent move in the summer, the midfielder has spoken to club journalists and discussed his desire to hit the ground running and break into Sean O'Driscoll's first-team.

Speaking via Saddlers.co.uk, Josh said; “I’m really pleased it’s gone through. I’ve been at the club for about three weeks now so I’ve got used to the place and the players. Everyone has been great. They’re a really nice bunch of lads and have made me feel really welcome. I’ve obviously been on loan at a lot of clubs so I know what to expect and I’m just going to work hard and try to hit the ground running.

“I’ve been involved in the last few weeks of training and you notice straight away that the lads have got a lot of quality so it’s no wonder why the club is up there near the top of the league. I’m not going to set myself any personal targets. I just want to take every training session as it comes and help the side achieve what they want to this season.

“I’ve been at Bournemouth since I was twelve so I’ve seen the club nearly going into administration and now flying high in the Premier League so a lot has changed. It’s a fantastic club to be at for a young player but I’m here now and I want to try and impress the Manager. The only thing that’ll take some getting used to is moving further north because it feels a lot colder up here!”

SOURCE | WALSALL FOOTBALL CLUB

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