Burgess relishing taste of action
SCOTT Burgess believes the experience he picks up at Macclesfield Town will vastly improve him as a player after he joined the club on loan.
The 19-year-old has arrived a season-long loan deal from League One side Bury. He made 14 starts for the Shakers during the latest campaign, scoring twice in the process.
The midfielder now plans to kick on from there, and believes that being at the Moss Rose gives him a great chance to do that.
“Obviously I had a taste of regular football with Bury last season and I’m looking forward to this season, looking to build on that,” he told the club’s official website.
“Everything is going great. It’s good to finally be here now. I’m in training and settled in now I’m just looking forward to the season starting and the games coming in.
“I spoke to the manager at Bury and when the move came around I was keen to join and get the game time. That’s what it’s all about, getting regular games this season.
“It’s a lower level but it’s still a very tough league and I’m sure I’ll gain a lot of experience with it and it’ll help me move forward in my career. The manager at Bury told me to go out on loan for this season, to get the experience and play regular games.”