Brandon Thomas-Asante aims to reward the faith Dan Micciche has shown in him as he looks to help MK Dons avoid relegation.
Thomas-Asante featured in both the Rotherham and Bury wins and in the latter registered an assist after he was fouled inside the box before Chuks Aneke converted for his second of the game.
Speaking to REDDOT, the Academy graduate spoke of his gratitude for manager Dan Micciche for trusting in his abilities.
“I really am thankful to the gaffer for having faith in me. It’s a nice feeling to know that he trusts me to offer something to the team. I’ve believed in myself for a long time and now I want to repay the faith he has shown in me.
“I’m getting a better understanding of the game with every appearance I make, I feel like I am ready to be able to contribute to games more than I was previously.
“You never want to get carried away but in the same breathe there is a lot of value you can take from a win. When we’ve lost this year, we’ve all hated it, to keep the confidence and belief says a lot about the lads – everyone wants to win every game.
“I’ve always believed that we would get out of this situation, even when we’ve been going through hard times I felt we would pull ourselves out of it. It’s never been a doubt of our ability more that the luck hasn’t been going our way. I think our confidence is now growing and I can’t wait to try and help my team get out of this.”
Read more from Thomas-Asante in the Blackpool edition of REDDOT, which is still available to buy from the Box Office/Club Superstore at Stadium MK at a price of £3.