David Renyard interview

“It Feels The Same Ever Since I Joined”

I spoke to David Renyard who had joined the club permanently following his short term loan expiring last week. He spoke about his time so far:

“To be honest, it feels the same as it has done ever since I joined-It was just the way my other club wanted to deal with the process. I’m looking forward to the rest of the season and we know where we can be; there’s no questioning that. I get on with all of the lads and even the ones I didn’t already know, they’re a bunch of good lads.”

Following becoming a permanent member of the club, David had this to say:
“I think other people feel more secure in myself than I do with this as I have already made the decision to play locally, which I haven’t done for a long time. I like to see the same lads, coaches and everyone behind the scenes like here. And I would like to progress with Carlisle City into next season too.”

“We’ve had a few good wins so far, haven’t been great at home and we all know that. I always look forward to training and games now, I was really disappointed with our last two games being called off.

Speaking about goals and involvement, this is what he said:
“If I’m playing on the wing then I look for goals or assists, I’ve scored a few so far but I sometimes feel like I could have gotten more. Like last home game where I could have scored in injury time and should have made it 1-1. It sticks in my mind until the next game and we haven’t had one for two weeks! Now, I just want to make it right.”

“Most of all, I’m happy when we win. If I play good or bad then it doesn’t matter, just try my hardest and work for the team. Whether I assist or score, I get the same feeling. It’s just important to win really.”

Looking ahead for the rest of the season, David spoke about his goals:
“Obviously, getting more goals would be nice, but we need to push on to try and get a play off place. We’re on the edge and could have been there if we took advantage of the missed games a few weeks ago. We just need to get a good run and hopefully we don’t slip anymore. We’ve got the talent, we just need the consistency.”

By Will Stuart


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