Monday, 13 March 2017

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Jackson Keen to Reach Double Figures

11:27 am Monday, 13 March 2017
Walsall striker Simeon Jackson, who scored his seventh league goal of the season during last weekend's draw with Charlton Athletic, has spoken to the local press ahead of Tuesday evening's League One clash with Fleetwood Town, and has discussed his desire to add more goals to his game.
Walsall striker Simeon Jackson, who scored his seventh league goal of the season during last weekend's draw with Charlton Athletic, has spoken to the local press ahead of Tuesday evening's clash with Fleetwood Town, and has discussed his desire to add more goals to his game.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Simeon said; "For me it is about goals. That is the focus. The movement and the hold-up play that is your base line. You should be doing those things and working hard.

"You have got to get the cherry on top and that is scoring goals. That is what strikers are judged on. It’s good that fans have seen positives in my performances. But if you said I’d score two and not hold the ball up once I think I’d take that. Now I just want to get to double figures. There are a few games left and I don’t see why that can’t be done."

Jackson, who joined the Saddlers on a free transfer last summer, went on to admit that he should've scored another goal during the draw with the Addicks, he said; "It was good to get on the score sheet. I should have had two but after any miss you have to keep going."

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