Dany N’Guessan Growing In Confidence At Port Vale
- Vale striker has impressed since arriving in October
- The 27-year-old is looking forward to a rest this weekend
- N’Guessan is now targeting more goals for the club
Dany N’Guessan says his confidence is growing because of the impressive start he has made at Port Vale.
The 27-year-old joined the Valiants in October on a two-month contract and has looked menacing in front of goal.
He most recently scored in the 2-2 draw against Gillingham, netting the opener with a cool finish into the bottom corner at Priestfield Stadium.
In the absence of last season’s top scorer Tom Pope, N’Guessan has provided Vale with an alternative option up front – linking up well with his new teammates.
Speaking to the press on Monday afternoon, the former Millwall and Swindon Town forward admitted he is enjoying life at Vale Park.
“It’s always a good feeling when you score goals and when you have been out of football for a long time, when you come back and score goals, your confidence comes back as well,” he said.
“Now I just want to get more goals and get better every game.”
Following consecutive away games, Vale will not be in action this weekend meaning the players will have more time to rest and recuperate.
The recovery period will be even more vital for N’Guessan, who did not have a full pre-season during the summer as he was without a club.
“I feel good; I’m going to have a little bit of a rest,” the French striker added.
“I think everyone needs the rest at the minute because we’ve played some hard games and it will be good to have a little bit of a break and start again next week.”