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Ben Williamson Thinks Port Vale Are Poised For Good Run

18 February 2015

Striker Also Glad To Be Over Hamstring Injury

is pleased his recent hamstring injury is now behind him and believes Port Vale are poised to go on a good run of form. Ben WilliamsonStriker 


.Bristol City and Bradford City at Oakwell last month and was forced to miss games against loss to BarnsleyThe 26-year-old felt a slight strain in the


at the weekend as the Valiants picked up three valuable points on the at WalsallHe made his return to action in the


Speaking to the local press, Williamson admitted it was nice to be in and amongst the team again following his spell on the sidelines.


“It was obviously good to get back into the swing of things,” he said.


“I’ve had two weeks off and I didn’t really enjoy being injured to be honest, I don’t think anyone does but it was nice to get back into the group and obviously winning as well.”


On the victory itself, he added: “It was a massive win, going away on the back of two disappointing results so it was nice to go there and keep a clean sheet as well which is important.”


.Sky Bet League One at Vale Park this weekend, kick-off 3pm, in host Doncaster Rovers’s side Rob Page


at the start of the season with Williamson scoring the opener but the forward thinks Paul Dickov’s men will provide a more difficult test this time around.3-1 winners at the Keepmoat StadiumThe Valiants ran out


He said: “We know it’s not going to be the same game as when we went there and won three-one which was a good result really.


“We know they’re going to come here and put in a good performance against us, they’re on the back of a good run, so their spirits will be high, their confidence will be high but so is ours because we won on Saturday as well.”


On the back of that victory at Walsall, Williamson believes Vale now have it in their locker to put a string of positive results together.


“They [Doncaster] have been on a good run so hopefully we can put our own run together now,” he added.


“Hopefully winning on Saturday can be the start of things and they can come here, we can put on a good show on Saturday and hopefully get three points.”


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