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RUFC - Williams 'my job is to score goals'

RUFC - Williams 'my job is to score goals'

Rotherham United striker, Brett Williams says that he joined the Millers to get experience.

Speaking to David Beddows of The Advertiser, the twenty-four year old, who is on loan with the Millers until January from Reading, said, 'I joined Reading at the start of the year and I was pushing to get into the team but then I got a knee injury that put me out for the rest of the season.

'It was a big jump from the Conference South to the Championship but Reading have been good with me and the move will give me the experience to push on. I want to play at the highest level possible so it`s a win-win situation for me.

'I`ve come to Rotherham to get games and experience and if Reading want me back then it`s a massive positive. If not, then I get to stay here and play games hopefully in a side pushing for promotion.`

Brett started his footballing career with non-league Eastleigh, moved to Winchester, back to Eastleigh, then to AFC Totton, where he played a season before returning to Eastleigh. He moved to Reading in January for a £50,000 fee.

Scoring his first professional goal on Saturday Brett said, 'I think my last first team goal was in January for Eastleigh so it`s been a while and it was nice to score, although the result was disappointing.

'My job is to score goals to hopefully there will be more to come.`


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday December 2 2011
Time: 9:39AM

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