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Dennis Adeniran’s first words as Sheffield Wednesday player as Darren Moore admits transfer battle UK News

Adeniran played the first 45 minutes of Wednesday’s 2-0 win over Chester on Saturday afternoon, putting up an orderly display as fans first saw him after confirming he put the pen on on paper on a Hillsborough deal.

And the 22-year-old, who was a free agent after leaving Everton, said he was “happy to have crossed the line” on Wednesday after pushing back interests elsewhere.

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Addressing the club before turning on the Seals, the ex-Wycombe Wanderers loaner said: “I’m very happy, it’s been a long time but I’m happy to cross the line… I can’t wait to get out there down with the boys and show everyone what I’m made of.

“It’s a good bunch of guys, and there’s a great vibe here. It’s very easy to get in, it’s comfortable.

And when asked what he would bring to the squad, he replied: “Energy, forward play, hopefully goals and an exciting game.

Meanwhile, his new manager, Darren Moore, was over the moon to bring in the midfielder, revealing that they weren’t the only ones chasing his signing.

Dennis Adeniran spoke to Sheffield on Wednesday ahead of his first appearance. (via @SWFC)

Speaking after the 2-0 win, the Owls boss said: “I’m really, really happy to have someone of that caliber there. He’s really different than what we have in the midfield. … He will be a wonderful acquisition for us this season.

“We’ve known him for a little while. We’ve had a bit of competition for him since the Championship, but I’ve made it clear to him that I want to bring him here to Sheffield on Wednesday.

“I’m really happy to secure him and get him signed and cross the line. He can play at number eight and play more forward on the pitch. He will give us great energy and he has good quality on the ball.”

Next up for Wednesday is a trip to Alfreton Town next week where they will look to build on their victory and continue preparations for the return of competitive football next month.

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Source: www.thestar.co.uk
This notice was published: 2021-07-10 19:00:13

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