Kinsella Keen to Show What He's Made Of

Walsall midfielder Liam Kinsella has spoken to the press ahead of this evening's Checkatrade Trophy - Northern Group E clash with Port Vale, and admitted that he is keen to learn all he can from manager Dean Keates as he looks to secure a permanent starting spot.
22-year-old, Colchester-born, Kins was named in the starting XI for last weekend's Emirates FA Cup - First Round victory over Coventry City, and went on to play a part in Nicky Devlin's match-winning goal, but he knows he still has work to do if he is to keep his name on the teamsheet.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Liam said; "When I was told I was coming on against Charlton I knew I had to put in a performance. I wanted to give the gaffer something to think about. Then it was a case of building on that performance. It’s important for me to get minutes under my belt and when I get a chance I have to take it. Every time I play I need to show the gaffer what I am made of.

"Every week I come into training I feel I am improving as a player. Having the gaffer as a centre-mid, it’s always nice to learn from him. He always gives me advice and I feel like I am improving. He knows what he is talking about. I’m enjoying working with him and enjoying training."
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