New loan striker Scott Quigley says he is hoping to fire Port Vale to “the right end of the table.”
The forward sealed a season-long loan move from Blackpool earlier this month and told the Blackpool Gazette: “It’s going to be my first proper stint in the Football League so I can’t wait to get started.
I’m really excited to bring myself here and hopefully I can impress the fans…
“I’m really excited to bring myself here and hopefully I can impress the fans.
“But I also want to help Port Vale get back into League One or at least end the season at the right end of the table. “Obviously I want to score goals. I’m a centre-forward so that’s the main thing for me.
“I’m a strong lad and I’m quick as well, so I like playing in behind, but I don’t mind coming to feet either. “A lot of people assume that I’m not that fast being a big lad, but I like to surprise them.
“That first game against Cambridge is what I’m focused on at the moment, that’s where my head is at.
“I can’t wait to show what I have got to the fans and hopefully push on from there.
“On my first day at the club we had a bit of a running session before going into an eleven v eleven, so with being new that helps me find out what different players are capable of and what to expect from them.
“They need to get to know me as well, discovering what I’m good at and maybe not so good at, but hopefully everyone can mould together and then it’s happy days.
“The trip away will be important, and that is why most clubs have bonding sessions where you’re going to be away and in the same environment with all of the other lads.”