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23 March 2021

"Hopefully the end to the season is a strong one - both for the team and for me personally"

Kane Vincent-Young said he is 'only looking forward' after playing his first competitive game for Town since October 2019 at the weekend.

The full-back, who had been sidelined with an Achilles injury before also suffering setbacks with calf and knee problems, came on for the final 10 minutes as Blues fell to defeat against Portsmouth at Fratton Park.

"I was really happy to get back out there after such a long time," Kane told the Club website.

"I didn't think my first appearance of the season would come this late, but it is what it is. The result was disappointing but I'm only looking forward and hopefully the end to the season is a strong one - both for the team and for me personally.

"The gaffer came up to me after training last week and told me I would be on the bench which came as a bit of a surprise, but it was a welcome surprise of course. I feel good and the 10 minutes out there flew by.

"It was really nice to be part of it again. I've been part of the group training sessions for a while, but this was obviously my first matchday. From a personal point of view I want to stay fit until the end of the season and be available for selection.

"I'm grateful for the support and well wishes that I have received from fans. I can't say thank you to everyone individually, but I really do appreciate it."

Kane Vincent-Young warm-up Portsmouth (A).png

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