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Justin Shaibu: "I Love it Here"
Justin Shaibu: "I Love it Here"
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Justin Shaibu: "I Love it Here"
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Justin Shaibu: "I Love it Here"

11:14 am Wednesday, 11 April 2018  
Walsall's on-loan Brentford striker Justin Shaibu has spoken to the press ahead of this evening's must-win League One clash with Oldham Athletic, and discussed his desire to get more minutes under his belt along with offering praise for recently-appointed manager Dean Keates.
20-year-old Shaibu, who has made eleven first-team appearances since joining the club in late January, is keen to score as many goals and learn as much as he can before his temporary stay comes to an end.

Justin, speaking via the Express & Star, said; "I love it here - I’m learning every day. I’m doing what I can to get as many minutes as possible under my belt. I am here to learn. I like Dean very much. He is a good manager and I’m enjoying working with him.

"He has been a player recently so he’s good to learn from but I’m learning from everyone here. I needed to come out here and play and learn how to use my body and things like that. I also spoke to Dean Smith before the Bury game and he told me to enjoy it which I did. Unfortunately I didn’t score but that will come."

The forward who has made appearances for the Danish Under 17, 18 and 20s then looked ahead to the clash with the Latics and insisted confidence is high following last weekend's victory over Bury, he continued; “We are excited for Oldham. It was so important for us to get the win against Bury. The boys dug in deep, we got the goal at the end and were all very happy.

"It really didn’t matter how the goal came about. It was all about getting three points. It was a massive win for us and now we are all really looking forward to Oldham. Our confidence has been boosted and I know we are going to put in a good performance."

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