Andre Green has said that he wants to stay put at Portsmouth.
The player is at the League One club on loan from Aston Villa.
Aston Villa loanee Andre Green has said that he wants to stay put at Portsmouth following their shock win against Norwich City in the FA Cup. The winger scored a stoppage-time goal to see his side beat the Championship team and advance to the next round. The player has made most of his appearances for the Pompey from the bench since arriving on loan from Villa Park and has said that he wants to be the part of the starting squad at the club.
Speaking to the media after the match, Green said, “I don’t want to be known as a super-sub, I just have to try to get into the team. But a goal’s a goal and I’m getting onto the pitch, all I can do is keep scoring and see where it takes me. I’m happy with my ratio of five in 10 matches, hopefully I’ll get a few more minutes and a few more goals, it’s all about game time now.”
He added, “I’ll be happy to stay (until the end of the season), it’s a great club and there are great opportunities for me to learn. For me, it’s my first loan so I will be happy to stay. Obviously it’s frustrating as I was playing for Villa before I came, so it is frustrating, but it is what it is. ‘The team is doing well in the league so I can only watch and take my chances and hopefully get more minutes as the season goes on.”