December 5 2013 Latest news:
Friday, August 23, 2013
New Dagenham & Redbridge signing Zavon Hines is hoping manager Wayne Burnett will give him the chance to make his debut in the starting XI of tomorrow’s League Two match against Newport County at Victoria Road, and help secure a Daggers win in the process.
Hines signed a one-year deal with the club yesterday but with the team playing well, knows forcing his way in from the start may be difficult.
“I have been training very hard aside from the pre-season games,” said Hines.
“I am not 100 per cent match fit but I can only get match fit by playing games and I am fully fit physically so hopefully the gaffer puts me in straight away.
“The team has been doing well so I can understand it if he don’t put me straight in but I hope he does.”
And if the former West Ham youngster does play a part in the match, he hopes to get his Daggers career gets off the ground with a victory over Justin Edinburgh’s Welsh outfit.
“My personal goals are to score and create as many goals as possible and just work hard for the team,” added the 24-year-old.
“If we all work well together hopefully we can finish high up the league and have a successful season, starting on Saturday.
“The main thing is that we stick together, work hard and let’s see where that takes us.”
Hull City manager Steve Bruce believes that Arsenal have the ability to win the league this season.