Daniel Harvie enjoyed a successful first season in English football, but wants to continue to make steps forward in his game heading into the 2021/22 season.
Harvie made the move to MK Dons at 22-years-old and scored three goals and registered three assists in his 18 starts. Now, the Scot wants to push forwards and provide more in the final third.
“I just want to be better than last season – goals, assists and all-round game,” Harvie told the local media. “Here is a different style to what I was used to and I play a different role and do different things.
“I love it here, though. I love the position – it suits me well. I’m getting back each day.
“I felt I could have done better in games and done better with holding my place in the team. It was my first season and now it’s up to me kick on this season and do better.”
This week also saw MK Dons play their first pre-season friendly as they travelled to King’s Lynn on Tuesday evening. The game was split into four 30-minute quarters, with Harvie featuring for an hour.
The defender welcomed the return to games and noted how nice it was to see fans back inside a football stadium.
“ It was good to get back into the games and have some fans back, which made it better. It was about getting minutes in the tank ahead of the season and we did that. Playing quarters was a bit different but that’s part and parcel of pre-season.
“Usually in pre-season, you don’t see the ball for two weeks but we’ve been playing a lot of football, getting ready for the games. It was good to get back in the games on Tuesday.”