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Donacien: There’s a lot more to come from me

18 February 2021


Donacien: There’s a lot more to come from me

18 February 2021

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Defender Janoi Donacien spoke to the media on Thursday afternoon ahead of Fleetwood Town’s Sky Bet League One clash against Charlton Athletic.

Donacien – who is currently on loan from Ipswich Town – has played in every game since his arrival to the Fylde Coast and has made an impact on the right-hand side of the Cod Army setup, both going forward and defensively.

Here is what Janoi had to say in his pre-match press conference:

On the recent form…

“The gaffer has come in and the lads are cracking on, we just want to win, that’s all we want to do every game. It’s one of the first things I noticed when I got here, the lads just want to do well. There’s no moaning and no bad eggs, everyone just wants to get their heads down and win games.

“The loss to Plymouth was a tough one to take for us but we were well in the game, there was nothing in it but, we will crack on. If you are still in the game and are playing well, creating chances, and limiting theirs, you can look back on it positively.

“The thing with his league is, if you put a few wins together, you never know where you are going to end up. I feel like we can beat any team so it’s fine, it doesn’t matter who it is. I feel like we are strong enough on our day to do that.”

On the packed schedule…

“I feel like there’s a lot more to come from me. At the start, I was just settling in and I’m getting back to the fitness levels I should be, and the back-to-back games should help with that. I’m happy here playing games and I’m getting to the point where I need to play as many games as I can to keep showing what I can do.

“I like back-to-back games, there’s nothing better. I literally just enjoy playing games. It’s better for us as it helps keep the mind focused because if you lose a game, you know there is another one coming up in a couple of days. If you win one, we could get another one in two days or so.

“If you lose a game on Saturday and have to wait a week for the next one, it stays on your mind and makes you think about the things that you could have done better in certain situations. If you have back-to-back games, you just bounce into the next one.”

Watch Janoi's interview on our iFollow HERE.

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