Andy Cook Wishes Tranmere 'All the Best' as He Begins Life as a Saddler

New arrival Andy Cook, who will join the Saddlers when his Tranmere Rovers contract expires at the end of June, has taken to Social Media to thank the Rovers fans for their support as he starts a new chapter of his career.
The twenty-seven year-old, who was the National league top-scorer after bagging twenty-eight goals in all-competitions, sought to praise both the club and its supporters as he prepares to say his final goodbyes before making the move to the midlands in just a few short weeks.

Cook, speaking via his official Twitter account and the ever-popular iPhone notes application, said; "Just wanted to give my thanks and appreciation to everyone at Tranmere Rovers for the last two years. It's been an honour to play for such a huge club and their fantastic support, i hope the fans can see that i've given everything I could whilst wearing the shirt and I'm over the moon we managed to get back to the football league where the club belongs.

"Football is a short career, i’m 28 in October and i may never get the chance to play league one football again, so after lots of consideration, the challenge at Walsall is something i have to take. This decision has always been a footballing one and i hope anyone connected with Tranmere Rovers understands. I wish Tranmere all the best next season!

"All the best, Cooky."

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