CAULEY SETS HIS SIGHTS ON GOALS

The Football League Paper - - CHAMPIONSHIP - By An­drew Lawton

NEW Bur­ton Al­bion sign­ing Cauley Woodrow has his sights set on just one thing af­ter his move – scor­ing the goals that will keep the Brew­ers in the Cham­pi­onship.

The 22-year-old striker only started one league game at Ful­ham this sea­son and has joined Bur­ton on loan un­til the end of the cam­paign on Fri­day.

He moves to a club who find them­selves in the thick of a Cham­pi­onship rel­e­ga­tion bat­tle – and bat­tling to keep boss Nigel Clough – but Woodrow is con­vinced he can make a dif­fer­ence dur­ing his time at the Pirelli Sta­dium.

“It’s a striker’s job to score goals so hope­fully I can do that and help Bur­ton get up the ta­ble,” said Woodrow.

“It’s been a dif­fi­cult sea­son for me at Ful­ham so it’s im­por­tant for me to come here, get games, hope­fully score goals and help Bur­ton do well.

“I like to work hard for the team, hold the ball up and be clever.”

Woodrow isn’t the only Ful­ham player to head to Bur­ton, af­ter mid­fielder Lasse Vi­gen Chris­tensen, 22, also signed on loan un­til the end of the cam­paign.

AIM: Cauley Woodrow

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