Striker Dior Angus has joined fellow striker Dan Turner in tweeting a message of thanks despite his Port Vale career drawing to an end.
Turner and Angus were two of nine players to be released and after Turner tweeted his thanks to the club, Angus has posted a similar message.
Dior Angus thanks Port Vale fans on Twitter:
Like Turner, Angus arguably endured some bad luck this season. After scoring for the first-team in 2017-18, he was sent on loan to Nuneaton and told by manager Neil Aspin to score goals to force his place in the first-team. Angus did that and also earned praise from Nuneaton for his professionalism.
However, on his return to Vale Park in the New Year Angus was given just a few minutes as a Checkatrade Trophy sub before he was loaned out again – in a move which would see him at Barrow until the end of his Vale contract.
New Port Vale manager John Askey expressed his disappointment at a move agreed before he joined the club saying that if Angus had been available he would have been looked at.
However, Angus’ spell at Barrow was disrupted by injury and he was one of the nine players to be released as John Askey revamps his squad.