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Jack Fitzwater: Blackpool Clash is 'Another Six-Pointer'
 
Jack Fitzwater: Blackpool Clash is 'Another Six-Pointer'

Jack Fitzwater: Blackpool Clash is 'Another Six-Pointer'

12:01 pm Tuesday, 6 February 2018  
Jack Fitzwater has spoken following his Man of the Match winning debut on Saturday afternoon, and swiftly looked ahead to next weekend's clash with Blackpool, insisting it is another must-win game.
Walsall's on-loan West Brom defender Jack Fitzwater has spoken to the press following his Man of the Match winning debut against Milton Keynes Dons on Saturday afternoon, and swiftly looked ahead to next weekend's clash with Blackpool, insisting it is another must-win game.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Jack, who joined the Saddlers on Transfer Deadline Day, said; "It’s another six-pointer. MK Dons was a big victory. We knew it was a pressure game. So to get the three points and a clean sheet was important for the team and a great way for me to start. But it’s up to us to go on a roll now. The aim at Blackpool is to get another clean sheet and another win because we want to be looking up the table."

Before joining the Saddlers the 20-year-old had loan spells with Chesterfield, Hednesford Town and Forest Green Rovers, but is determined to prove that despite his lack of experience he is good enough to play in League One, he continued; "I have learnt a lot from all my loan spells. I went to Chesterfield a few years ago but I didn’t play much. I played one game but it gave me an idea what League One was about. Hednesford helped me again. It’s crucial to get that experience of playing in front of supporters at 3pm on a Saturday. It’s different to under-23 football.

"At Albion I am always getting advice from Darren Moore, Jimmy Shan and Mark Harrison the academy manager. They said I have earned the right to go out on loan and they want me to express myself.

"From meetings I have had, they think I have ticked the box for League Two and I think I have ticked that box as well. Now it’s about ticking that League One box, kicking on and staying in the Walsall team. I want to make a name for myself here."

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