Williams looking to play his part in lifting
JORDAN Williams believes Rochdale can recover from their slow start to the season and once again challenge for a play-off place.
Keith Hill’s side have pushed for a top-six finish in the last three seasons despite one of the smallest budgets in League One.
A 3-0 victory against Gillingham made it back to back home wins and Williams, on a six-month loan from Anfield, reckons Dale’s season is just getting going.
“We haven’t had the best of starts but the last two performances have been really positive and we’re just looking to build on that now,” he said.
“We’ve got a full squad coming together now after illness and injuries, which is great for all of us because it will allow us to push one another – every week you have got to do well now to stay in the team.
“The gaffer was happy with us though we felt we could have controlled the game a bit better at times. I thought in the first half we could ave scored a few more and made things more comfortable, but we’ve got the win and we’re all made up.”
Williams is relishing the opportunity to play on a regular basis.
“I’m loving it here, I’ve come here to play and that’s what I’m doing. I’ve been on loan a couple of time before and I’ve played in League One, so I knew what it was about. There’s nothing better than going out and playing.
“The gaffer was happy with us on Saturday though we felt we could have controlled the game a bit better at times. I thought in the first half we could ave scored a few more and made things more comfortable, but we’ve got the win and we’re all made up.
“Had they scored we might have come under a bit of pressure but luckily we scored the third.
“I felt we were on top