“I’ve had set-backs my whole life so I know with faith and hard work you will overcome what is put in front of you"
Myles Kenlock says he looked to go out on loan at the start of the season but patience has paid off for him.
The 22-year-old defender admits it was a frustrating first half of the campaign, with only a brief substitute appearance against Aston Villa in August to show, but he has featured eight times in the first-team since the end of December.
“It was disappointing for me at the start because all I wanted to do is be out there on the pitch and playing games,” Myles told the Club website.
“That wasn’t happening so I would have liked the opportunity to go out on loan but it’s worked out for the best.
“I’ve had set-backs my whole life so I know with faith and hard work you will overcome what is put in front of you.
“As the season has gone on I’ve got back to full fitness and have got some game time and now it’s about doing all I can for the team to get as many points as possible.”