Danny Cashman Welcomes the Opportunity to Switch to the Saddlers Danny Cashman Welcomes the Opportunity to Switch to the Saddlers
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Danny Cashman Welcomes the Opportunity to Switch to the Saddlers

Walsall's newest recruit has had his say.
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Following the news that he'd become the club's seventeenth signing of the summer, on-loan Coventry City forward Danny Cashman has spoken to club journalists and welcomed the opportunity to move to WS1.

The 21-year-old Cashman, who spent last season on loan with Rochdale, is a product of Brighton and Hove Albion's academy and made his Seagulls debut in the EFL Trophy before sealing a move to the Sky Blues.

Speaking via the club's official website, Danny discussed what he can offer the team before sharing what he hopes to achieve during his stay in the Black Country.

He said; "I came here last season and saw the stadium and the fans and I thought it was a good club to be with. I am hard working; I can win us a game.

"I feel like I have got that final bit of product about me, that last pass or my finishing which I think is quite good with the movement but more importantly I will always give my all.

"Whenever I am playing, I will always go until I can’t go no more and I feel like that is what the fans will see from me.

"No player comes in thinking they are going to be starting every game, you have to earn that right, you need to fight every week and in every training session and I am no different.

"I am coming in to fight to try and play every game and get as many minutes as I can get and help the team out as much as possible.

"I want to give the fans something to cheer about and hopefully if I do well, we do well and then everyone goes home happy."

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