Kisnorbo Out to Show What He Can Do
Thursday, 3rd Jan 2013 15:03
New loan signing Patrick Kisnorbo says he’s keen to show what he can do having joined the Blues on a month’s loan. The 31-year-old Leeds centre-half has played only one Capital One Cup tie for his parent side this season.
Kisnorbo told the club site: “It’s great to be here and it’s great to have the opportunity to play some football again.
“I haven’t been playing at Leeds and I’ve got the opportunity to come here now, so I just want to do well for the manager, the players and the fans.
“It’s been well documented that I’ve had a couple of injuries during my time at Leeds and it’s been hard, but I’m fully fit now and ready to show what I can do.”
The Australian international, who was once red-carded at Portman Road for a professional foul during his time with the Foxes, says he might have become a Town player earlier in his career: “There was talk about me coming here before from Leicester, along with Gareth McAuley but it didn’t happen in the end.
“That was then though and I’m here now and looking forward to doing well with my new team-mates.
“The first thing I said to the lads when I arrived was that there’s a good squad here and we can certainly keep moving forward. You know what it’s like in the Championship though, it’s really up and down.”
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