Teenage midfielder Adam hopes more of his goals will mean more points for the team.
On signing on loan with the football club in the summer, the teenage Swansea City midfielder Adam King announced that he wanted to add goals to his game. Well, the 19 year-old attacking midfielder has certainly done that in abundance. The Scotland Youth International has already chipped in with four goals this season and he hit the winner away at Shrewsbury last weekend.
The popular King says that his goal in the opening 60 seconds at the Greenhous Meadow was his best yet as it meant that the Railwaymen picked up their first win of the season.
King has developed a nice habit of scoring from distance and with his left-foot and he is currently the leading scorer at the club with our forward players all on one goal, expect Brad Inman who has scored twice.
Ahead of this weekend’s trip to in-form Walsall, King told us: “It was great to get that first win of the season and everyone was delighted in the dressing room afterwards. It was a relief and now gives us something to build on.
“It was a tough game at Shrewsbury, but we defended well as a team and the early goal helped us and gave us something to hold onto. We had to dig in to get the result and that showed that we can go away from home and grind out a result.
“We have had a slow start to the season and it has been difficult but I think the performances on a whole have been good enough to have got us more points than we have. We have been playing the right way and creating some good chances.
“It was a brilliant feeling for me to score the goal at Shrewsbury that meant we won the game. Goals are something I have been trying to add to my game and to get four is a good achievement so far.
Adam added: “Hopefully, if I can keep getting in the box then I will get a few more.”