Gibbo Looks Ahead to Yeovil Town
Following his red card away to Yeovil Town during the Emirates FA Cup Second Round replay back in December, James Gibbons has had to work his way back into Neil Aspin’s side.
Knops: "I hope I get to play for Port Vale again."
After a frustrating time at Vale Park, Kjell Knops has high hopes of playing for Port Vale again as he continues to recover from his horrific ACL injury.
Smith: "Hopefully this is the first of many now."
Nathan Smith is hoping that his first goal of the season will act as a catalyst for more strikes during the second half of the campaign.
Gunning: "Everyone is happy at the moment."
Gavin Gunning has said that Port Vale deserved all three points at Colchester United but was pleased the 1-1 draw against League Two’s most in-form side.
Kay: "We always showed some threat."
Despite bowing out of the FA Cup last night, defender Antony Kay believes that he and his Port Vale teammates gave a good account of themselves.
Smith: "We have a good squad and I think we have what it takes."
Nathan Smith has a strong belief that there is enough quality in Port Vale’s squad to start to climb the table as soon as possible.
Anderson: "I'm loving it here"
Tom Anderson insists that he has learned ‘a lot’ from his loan spell at Vale Park so far and the 24-year-old is focused on helping the club climb away from danger in Sky Bet League Two.
Denton Reflects on Mansfield Town
Tyler Denton believes that last night’s 4-0 loss to Mansfield Town doesn’t reflect on how the team actually performed on the night.
Smith Reflects on Barnet
Vale extended their unbeaten run to four games in all competitions on Saturday afternoon as they overcame Barnet at Vale Park in Sky Bet League Two.
Kay: "Obviously he’s a big figure around Port Vale, a bit of a legend so he tells me!"
Antony Kay is enjoying his football sitting just in front of Vale’s defence at the moment and he is looking ahead to Barnet with great optimism.
Antony Kay on His Recent Change in Position
Despite starting the season in the heart of the Vale defence, Antony Kay has been utilised in a more advanced position since Neil Aspin’s arrival at the club.