Walsall midfielder Rory Holden insists there is more to come from him in a Saddlers shirt this season.
The 23-year-old has made a good start to the season and has already netted twice – against Harrogate Town and Leyton Orient.
Holden is determined to improve even further and wants to contribute wherever he can to the team, whatever position he is asked to play in.
“I’ll do whatever I have to for the team,” said Holden. “This year I’m more used to playing on the right than maybe what I was last year because I’d never played it before so I think every game that I play on the right I learn from the past times and my experiences.
“I think I’m playing well and I think the team is playing well. It’s good to chip in with a few goals and hopefully there’s many more to come. Last year I only scored two goals, this year I have two already and hopefully now I can get more and contribute as much as I can to the team.”
The Saddlers are on a 12-match unbeaten run in the league, stretching back to last season.
While Holden believes the run is no mean feat, he insists the team need to start turning draws into wins.
“It’s nice to be on an unbeaten run,” he commented. “We’ve drew a lot of games but hopefully now we can turn those draws into wins and get a couple more points on the board. It’s a big thing being unbeaten. We just need to keep it going and turn the draws into wins.”
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