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Revell relishing Dons chance

3 February 2016

Alex Revell views his move to stadiummk as a fresh start and the striker is eager to prove his worth to Karl Robinson and the Dons supporters.

Revell was one of two signings made on Deadline Day, joining  on a free transfer from Cardiff City until the end of the season and the 32-year-old is eager to impress during his time in Milton Keynes.

“I’m delighted to be here,” he told MK Dons PlayerHD. “I’ve had an up and down year at Cardiff so I need to come here, prove my worth to the manager and get back to where I was before, scoring goals at Rotherham. It’s a great challenge for me.

“I could have just stayed at Cardiff for what would have been the wrong reasons but I wanted to come here and play football. I’m from Cambridge so ever since the Club expressed interest in me, it’s a move I’ve been interested in making.”





“I like to work hard, first and foremost. I also want to score goals and I believe, given the chances, I will. I know with the players we’ve got here that we will create and I’m confident I can be there to score the goals.”

“I play my best football when I’m playing regularly but I know, in order to do that, I’ve got to work hard and show what I can do in training and when I get on the pitch. I know i’ve got to work hard because Nicky (Maynard) has been tremendous this season.

Revell has found the net 90 times during the course of his career and is confident of adding to that total with the Dons. However, he is aware that in order to do that he will have to displace the incumbent Nicky Maynard – a former teammate of his at Cardiff.

“It’s been a hard year but now it’s about a fresh challenge.”

“I want this team to stay up and I’m looking forward to being involved that. It’s the Club’s main aim and it’ll be massive if we can do that. I’m full of confidence coming here and I just want to help this group of players, the manager and the Club stay in this division.

He continued: “It’s a massive six months for me. I want to do well, work hard and score goals. I want to prove to people I’m worth the signing, I’m determined to do that. I believe I can play in the Championship and I’m eager to show people that I am.


Tickets for the Dons' Tuesday night's clash with Boro are priced from £25 adults/£7 under-18s while under-12s go FREE with a Young Dons membership - Club Dons members can buy a ticket for £15 in all standard areas.

To purchase tickets click here, visit the Box Office at stadiummk/kiosk at centre:mk or call 0333 200 5343. Tickets can be bought right up until kick-off.

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