Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Kinsella Keen to Show What He's Made Of

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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