Cameron Peters Making the Most of Sporting Spell Cameron Peters Making the Most of Sporting Spell
Cameron Peters Making the Most of Sporting Spell

Cameron Peters Making the Most of Sporting Spell

Saddlers striker Cameron Peters, who is currently on an initial three-month loan with local non-league side Bromsgrove Sporting, has spoken to club journalists and welcomed the opportunity to secure some much-needed first-team football in a competitive side.
Hereford-born Peters, who bagged a hat-trick during last weekend's league clash with Aylesbury United, admitted that he was enjoying his time with the Evo-Stik Southern Division One Central side and getting the chance to play against experienced footballers is just what the doctor ordered.

Speaking via the club's official website - - Cameron said; "I’m really enjoying myself here at Bromsgrove Sporting. When I was told I was joining them on loan, it was great news for me as I want to be playing every week, gaining minutes on the pitch and playing men’s football.

"I feel like I have settled into the club pretty well. Everybody from the management staff right through to the players and fans have made me feel very welcome here."

19-year-old Peters is hoping that he will be able to perform consistently enough to become a factor in Saddlers manager Dean Smith's first-team squad selection, and believes that helping Sporting to progress will prove that he is up to the challenge that League One football represents.

He continued; "Of course, I want to keep doing well here to stay in Dean Keates’ thoughts. However, the main objective for me at the moment is to do my best for Bromsgrove and to help the team as much as possible. I’m not the type who likes to set targets.

"I always take each game as it comes but I am hoping to play as much as I can and score as many goals as possible as that’s what I’m here to do. I have learned a lot already since being here; the standard of football in this league has similarities to League One.

"The majority of teams I have played against so far want to play football, which is a positive for me. If I can perform to a good standard consistently week in, week out for Bromsgrove, I feel confident I can translate these performances when pulling the Walsall shirt on, should I be given the opportunity."

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