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Easy decision for Danny

27 May 2014

New signing Danny Green believes he’s at the right club to kick-start his career.

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“Pre-season and starting the season is all I’m thinking of. It’s a chance for me to start my career again really and I’m looking forward to it.”

He said: “I’m pleased the deal has been done nice and quick. I’m going away on holiday but I’ll do some running out there, then I’ll come back and really get into the swing of things ready for pre-season.

The former Dagenham & Redbridge winger will mix rest with hard work whilst on a break in Crete as he aims to maintain a good level of fitness ahead of pre-season.

As well as possessing a dangerous delivery and an eye for goal, Green also has a long throw in his armoury. He said: “It might be useful at times, especially late on in games if we need a goal, but it’s not as long as Rory Delap’s!”

“Karl is a massive reason why I came here because I like the way he plays football and the relationship he has with his players.”

“I was made to feel very welcome, like I have been this time – the manager, staff and the lads are easy to get on with. That will help me settle in for sure.

He added: “I loved it here last season. I played every game and my fitness was getting better and better as my time was coming to an end. I didn’t really want to go back if I’m being honest, I wanted to stay and carry on playing.

“Things went a bit stale for me last year but I rediscovered my love for the game when I came to MK Dons last year, and hopefully that can continue now I’m here on a permanent basis.”

He told MK Dons Player: “I had a great experience at Charlton, three great years, but I needed a change and when I knew I wasn’t being kept on, MK Dons were the club I wanted to come to.

, this time on a permanent basis, after a successful loan spell with the Dons last season. mkstadiumThe 25-year-old is back at

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