Cameron Pring Fighting to be Fit For Robins Clash
 
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Cameron Pring Fighting to be Fit For Robins Clash
 
Cameron Pring Fighting to be Fit For Robins Clash

Cameron Pring Fighting to be Fit For Robins Clash

8:00 am Saturday, 19 October 2019  
Walsall's on-loan Bristol City defender Cameron Pring has spoken ahead of this weekend's League Two clash with Cheltenham Town, and revealed that he is hoping to befit to face one of his former sides.
Pring, who played for over an hour during the Saddlers' midweek Central League draw with Mansfield Town, spent the second-half of last season on loan with the Robins and is hoping to be fit enough to earn a place in Saturday's matchday squad.

The 21-year-old hasn’t featured for the first-team after he injured his ankle against Colchester United in September and admitted that to being frustrated but was pleased to get back on the pitch for the draw with the Stags.

Speaking via the club's official website, Cameron said; "I got through it well. I’m feeling fit and the ankle’s feeling a lot better. It’s always frustrating being out injured, being in the gym and watching the lads train.

"You can’t do anything about it on game days when it’s going wrong or it’s going right so it’s always frustrating but you’ve just got to keep going and get on with it."

In an injury hit spell, Pring has made just seven Saddlers appearances so far this season and is hoping to return to league action against his former club.

Along with his spell last season the Robins, who sit sixth in League Two ahead of kick-off, also gave him an opportunity as a teenager and the left-back admitted to having mixed memories of both spells.

Cameron continued; "I was there from when I was 14 until I was 18 so I’ve got a lot of good memories there. They helped me progress.

"I did a college course with them and I played with the academy so they gave me that opportunity even though I wasn’t actually in the academy.

"I was there last year as well and it was a frustrating time as I didn’t play as much as I wanted to. I’ll be buzzing if I’m involved on Saturday, it will be nice to take on a team I’ve played with before."

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