Vincent-Young Feeling Good
Thursday, 30th Jul 2020 10:13
Right-back Kane Vincent-Young says he’s feeling good having recovered from the groin injury which saw his 2019/20 season end in October.
The 24-year-old joined the Blues for £500,000 from Colchester in August last year and made a hugely impressive start to his Town career before requiring two groin operations which ended his season after only nine games and two goals for his new club.
“My groin feels good,” the Londoner told the club website. “As tragic as lockdown and the virus has been, it has given me and the other injured players a chance to get back up to speed.
“It’s great to be back, great to see the boys after so long and I’m feeling good and really looking forward to the next couple of weeks.”
Vincent-Young says the Blues need to get 2020/21 up and running quickly as they target a return to the Championship at the second attempt following a disappointing 11th place in his first campaign at Portman Road.
“I think the aims have to be the same as what we had last season,” the former Tottenham academy youngster added.
“We need to get back up. We have a good squad and hopefully we have a clear run in terms of injuries.
"A strong start is important and hopefully we maintain that along the course of the season to get back to where we need to be."
Meanwhile, released Town forward Jordan Roberts, 26, is reported to be interesting Doncaster, Salford and Scunthorpe in addition to his former loan club Gillingham.
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