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All eyes on goal for Danny

27 September 2013

Danny Green is enjoying the benefits of his loan spell with MK Dons and with two games remaining on his stint with the men from MK1 he is hoping to cap it off with a goal or two.

The winger joined the Dons on loan on Deadline Day at the start of January and now has games against Stevenage and Gillingham before he is set to return to his parent club Charlton Athletic.

Green has made four appearances for the Dons and will be hoping to keep his place in the side for tomorrow’s game against Stevenage. 

Speaking to MK Dons Player Green said: “I’ve really enjoyed it. I’ve just been glad to have been able to come here, get some minutes under my belt. Training’s really intense as well here so I felt as if my fitness has improved too. We do a lot of gym work also, so I feel I’m getting stronger. 

“The training’s been brilliant, the Gaffer is quality here and I’ve really enjoyed it. I feel like I’ve gained something.”

The 23-year-old is no stranger to the Dons having played against them on a number of occasions, but he admits to be surprised at just how daring their style of football is.

He added: “I knew how the team played because I’ve played against them so many times but in my first game against Northampton I realised how often they like to get on the ball. It’s brave because you need to be brave to get on the ball so often. We usually dominate most games as well, which is something I’m not used to, so I’ve really enjoyed it.

“Stevenage have always been a tough team to beat with the manager there and they’ve got some good players too. It’s going to be tough game but hopefully we can dominate and come away as winners.

“The last time I played Stevenage was for Charlton and they were a very long ball team, very big and physical. They were fit as well so we’ll have to get the ball on the deck, try and play it round them and hopefully come out with the three points.

“I’ve really enjoyed my time here and it’s a really good Club. The Gaffer’s brilliant and there are some really nice lads who have made me feel welcome so I want to do well in these last couple of games and hopefully try and score because I’ve had chances but not scored yet.”

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