Jackson - "I Want to Get Stronger & Score as Many Goals as I Can"×
Bescot Banter logo
READ OUR LATEST COLUMN IN SATURDAY'S EXPRESS & STAR
 
Got Something to Say About the Saddlers? Join Our Team
JOIN OUR TEAM
Are you an aspiring football writer, looking to share your views with Saddlers fans across the nation?

Join Bescot Banter and reach thousands of people, every week!

Interested? Click here for further details
Half-Season Tickets Adults Can See the Saddlers For Just £181!
Jackson - "I Want to Get Stronger & Score as Many Goals as I Can"
 
Jackson - "I Want to Get Stronger & Score as Many Goals as I Can"
Bescot Banter logo
Jackson - "I Want to Get Stronger & Score as Many Goals as I Can"
TOP STORYCoventry City Enter the Race to Sign Amadou Bakayoko

Jackson - "I Want to Get Stronger & Score as Many Goals as I Can"

Walsall striker Simeon Jackson has spoken to the local press following Saturday afternoon's Sky Bet League One victory over AFC Wimbledon, and has expressed his desire to add to his two goal haul, before discussing what positives can be taken from the performance.
Walsall striker Simeon Jackson has spoken to the local press following Saturday afternoon's Sky Bet League One victory over AFC Wimbledon, and has expressed his desire to add to his two goal haul, before discussing what positives can be taken from the performance.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Simeon said; "Wimbledon was a great way to start the season. For me to get a couple of goals on my debut, at home as well, that was an amazing feeling. As a striker it’s great to come flying out the traps.

"It was the first game and while I feel fit, I don’t think you really start to feel sharp until you’ve played a few games. So I was delighted. I don’t want to limit myself with targets but I want to get stronger and score as many goals as I can."

Simeon went on to discuss the positives the Saddlers can take out of the result, he said; "The priority was to get three points on the board and put in a good performance. But Wimbledon were a direct team with a good aerial presence and we coped with that really well. That was the biggest positive. But we also got our passing game going at times. We had to find a nice balance and I think we did that. We can take loads of positives from the performance."

About Bescot Banter

Bescot Banter is an independent look at Walsall Football Club


MORE OF THE LATEST HEADLINES
Follow Us Across Social Media