David Kasumu has just recently returned from an injury which had the number eight out of action for almost up to eight weeks.
Tuesday’s game against Fleetwood Town, was the returning game for Kasumu who was subbed on in the 84th minute.
Kasumu stated: “It’s a day I’ve been striving for, and it was good to be back out there.
“The standing ovation was nice and coming on it was something I noticed, all the messages I got from the fans were so supportive. It’s a nice feeling and I want to thank them all for their support so far this season.
“I’ve got to thank the medical staff, they were low on numbers but have worked hard to get me back fit.”
Kasumu furthered his appreciation for the staff, adding: “I think it’s an important relationship. When you’re injured you have a lot of thoughts, you don’t want to be forgotten, the new staff spoke to me every day and helped me get through the injury a lot easier I couldn’t have asked for anything more.”
MK Dons face Doncaster Rovers this afternoon at the Keepmoat Stadium – a game which Kasumu will be hoping to play a part in as he continues to build up fitness.
Providing thoughts on the upcoming game against Doncaster, he said: “They had a tough result, but we can’t go into the game expecting to win as they’ll be up for it.
“Every match in this league is tough, we need to bring our A-Game and I hope we can pick up all three points.”
Tickets for today's clash with Doncaster Rovers can now only be bought from the Away Ticket Office at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Tickets are priced at £21 adults, £17 seniors/18-24s, £8 12-17s and £5 for those 11 and under.