Doncaster-born Branden Horton says that he wants to do his best for his town and that he and his teammates are working hard every day to get the club out of the position they’re in.
The Academy youth product has made 22 appearances across all competitions this season and has contributed with goals and assists since Gary McSheffrey took over the helm in early December.
On his own development this season:
“I’m still young and I’ve got a lot of improvement in me. I’m watching my clips back after every game and continually trying to better myself for the team.
“This is my local town, and it hurts for me to be in the position we are in. I want to do well for my town and for us to get out of this situation.”
On Gary McSheffrey’s impact as manager:
“With Gary coming in, we have bought into what he wants to do and it is starting to show through on the pitch gradually. It shows what we are capable of and what we can do.
“I worked under Gary in the U23s so he knows what the young lads here are about and what we are capable of. We will all put 100% in for him.”
On the Cambridge United test:
“Our performance against Wigan was positive. The result did not reflect how we played. If we take those positives into the Cambridge game we should be able to get a result.
“We need to carry the work rate from Wigan across to our remaining games because if we keep them levels up results will come.”