The Football League Paper - - NEWS - By John Hodg­son

JAMES Spencer says it is ‘weird’ to have cut his ties at Hud­der­s­field per­ma­nently, but the striker is de­ter­mined to make an im­pact at Notts County.

Spencer has signed for the Mag­pies un­til the end of the sea­son fol­low­ing his re­lease from the Ter­ri­ers.

The 22-year-old has been at Town since he was nine but knew it was the right time to de­part.

He said: “Now I have left per­ma­nently it is a bit weird, but this move makes up for it.

“I had to leave to play foot­ball. I was just sit­ting do­ing noth­ing, train­ing for no game at the end of the week.”

Spencer only scored one goal in 16 ap­pear­ances dur­ing his loan spell at Scun­thorpe ear­lier in the sea­son but he be­lieves he can add goals dur­ing his spell with County.

“I’m play­ing for an­other con­tract at the end of the sea­son and hope­fully I can get the club out of the rel­e­ga­tion zone,” he added.

“I’m go­ing to try and prove what I can do and how I can get goals in this league, I have got a tar­get of how many goals I want.”

NEW START: James Spencer

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