Laird Thankful Following One of the Most Enjoyable Seasons of His Career Laird Thankful Following One of the Most Enjoyable Seasons of His Career
Laird Thankful Following One of the Most Enjoyable Seasons of His Career

Laird Thankful Following One of the Most Enjoyable Seasons of His Career

29-year-old, Taunton-born Laird, made thirty-one appearances in a Saddlers shirt, scoring four goals and becoming something of a fan favourite in the process.
Former Walsall loanee Scott Laird, who made over thirty first-team appearances for the Saddlers, has spoken to the local press and thanked the club, its players, staff and fans for all of their support over his season-long loan spell.

Scott, who has since returned to his parent club Scunthorpe United, spoke to the Express & Star's Walsall reporter Joseph Masi and refused to rule out a return to the Banks's Stadium, he said; "It was a great season for me at Walsall – even though we didn’t go on and get into the Play-Offs – it was still one of my most enjoyable seasons in football.

"That was because of the fans, the players the staff and all the media guys as well. I just want to say thanks to the fans for the way they accepted me and the way they took to me. They are a massive part of why I enjoyed my time at Walsall so much.

"Hopefully next season, whether I come back as a Walsall player or an opposing player I will get my song sang again. Walsall is a great place to be. And I couldn't have asked for anything more from my time at the club."
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