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Dan Vann - "I’ve Got to Get My Head Down & Try to Make a Career in the Game"
 
Dan Vann - "I’ve Got to Get My Head Down & Try to Make a Career in the Game"

Dan Vann - "I’ve Got to Get My Head Down & Try to Make a Career in the Game"

1:18 pm Thursday, 24 November 2016  
Walsall's newest professional,Dan Vann, has spoken to club journalists following the news that he had penned a deal with the club, and has discussed his desire to make the most of any opportunities that may come his way.
Walsall's newest professional, Dan Vann, has spoken to club journalists following the news that he had penned a deal with the club, and has discussed his desire to make the most of any opportunities that may come his way.

Speaking via Saddlers.co.uk, Dan said; "When I was told that the club were offering me a contract I was just delighted. I couldn’t stop smiling. It’s a really proud moment. I’ve been playing football since I was a kid so I’ve been working at this for most my life. Now it’s all come true.

"The club is renowned for bringing a lot of kids through so it’s really helpful for me to know that there’s a clear pathway for me to progress. I’ve seen the lads from last year go into the senior set up and it’s really motivated me.

"I’ve got to get my head down and try to make a career in the game. I think in my first year I’ve just got to get up to speed with men’s football, get myself fit and stronger and go from there.

"I’ve played in the development squad a few times this season and it’s taught me a lot. I don’t need to get into a physical battle with players and there are other ways to win the ball without getting into a wrestling match.

"I travelled with the team to MK Dons and it was a good experience. I got to see what it’s all about so I can get ready for it when my time comes."

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