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Cockerill-Mollett Enjoying Telford United Loan Spell
Cockerill-Mollett Enjoying Telford United Loan Spell
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Cockerill-Mollett Enjoying Telford United Loan Spell
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Cockerill-Mollett Enjoying Telford United Loan Spell

8:00 am Friday, 12 October 2018  
Young Walsall left-back Callum Cockerill-Mollett, who is currently enjoying a loan spell with National League North side AFC Telford United, has spoken to club journalists and discussed how he has settled in within the Bucks' squad, before sharing his desire to ultimately break into the Saddlers first-team squad.
19-year-old Cockerill-Mollett, who has joined the New Bucks Head side on a one-month youth loan, also expressed his delight at getting the opportunity to play regular first-team football, admitting that he feels content with his decision to join the lower league side.

Speaking via the club's official website - - Callum said; "I’m really enjoying my football here at Telford United. When I was aware they wanted to have me on loan, I jumped at the chance.

"I really wanted to get some games in men’s football under my belt to help me mature and develop as a player. I knew the standard would be beneficial to me as they are a top side in Conference North so I was really happy when the move came about.

"I wanted to get started straightaway. The gaffer was a huge influence in getting me out on loan. He wanted to help me find the right club and the right standard of football and I feel the right choice has been made in coming to Telford United."

The Leicester-born youngster then went on to discuss his desire to secure more opportunities with the Saddlers' first team, with his loan spell playing a major part in his future plans. He continued; "I really do hope my time out on loan will help me gain more opportunities at Walsall, especially with the first team.

"The team are doing well and everybody is giving their all to the cause. But when I do get the opportunity to play here, I will do my best to be ready and play to the best of my ability, to keep in the thoughts of the gaffer.

"Ultimately, the main aim is to be playing football and gaining as much experience as possible to help me mature and develop as a player."

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