Kenlock on first-team involvement and his assist at Hull
Myles Kenlock said he is determined to hold on to his first-team spot having impressed in recent performances for Town.
The Blues full-back provided an assist for James Norwood's goal at Hull City on Tuesday, with Paul Lambert's side winning 1-0 winners at KCOM Stadium.
The 24-year-old has also played his part for the side defensively, with Town on a run of 360 minutes without conceding a goal when he's been in the side.
"I'm really happy to be getting some game time right now and I'm determined to keep working hard for the team," Myles told the matchday programme.
"I need to keep working hard so I can continue improving and help the side get where we want to be.
"It's nice to be helping out going forward as well. My main responsibility is to be defensively solid, but it's good to get up the pitch when you can. I got an assist against Blackpool earlier this month and managed to get one on Tuesday.
"Nors has been complaining that I can get him in on goal more often so I went for the long ball and it paid off. The weight was just about right and Nors took the chance well.
"I just want to play as much as I can and help the team. I'm enjoying my football and I'd like to maintain my place in the team for the remainder of the season, but I know the other lads will be working hard."
The full interview with Myles is available in this weekend's matchday programme, which can be purchased here.