New Doncaster Rovers signing Andy Boyle says he is looking forward to getting start at the club.
The defender joined Doncaster on loan from Championship side Preston North End for the remainder of the season this week to ease the clubs defensive crisis with three players ruled out through injury in the past fortnight and Boyle has been impressed since speaking with the club at the weekend.
‘I spoke to the club over the weekend and the manager was really keen to get me in, I was impressed with what he had to say and his thoughts on where the club is heading,” Boyle told the Doncaster Rovers official website.
‘I’ve done my homework on the club and have seen how the team likes to play, I`m really looking forward to getting involved and playing some games.”
The Republic of Ireland international made the move to England in December 2016 after impressing Preston.
Boyle had been playing with League of Ireland side Dundalk, he featured six times in their Europa League campaign during the 2016/17 season before making the move to Deepdale, and his form saw him make his debut for the Republic of Ireland in their friendly against Iceland.
Since arriving at Preston, he has made just 12 appearances and his arrival at the Keepmoat Stadium will give him the chance to feature regularly in League One.
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