Date: 27th January 2012 at 2:35pm
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Rotherham United’s latest loanee, Kieron Cadogan said it’s a massive step him moving ‘up North’ but also accepts that it comes with the job.

Speaking to MillersPlayer, the twenty-one year old said, ‘I’m here to get some experience and learn from the players who are here. Everyday I want to be learning something different and something new. I know what I’ve got to do here and I’m prepared to do it.’

Asked how he started in football, the right winger said, ‘I got into football later that other people. I was in non-league until I was eighteen then I got a pro contract with Crystal Palace and from there it just kicked on. It was massive going to Palace but you still have to keep level headed and keep plugging away. I played about twenty games last season for Palace and I had a good game against Blackpool the other day. ‘

Asked what he could fetch to the team, Kieron said, ‘I can play on either wing and I’ve got pace and tricks, I can bring it all.

‘Rotherham aren’t far from the play-offs and hopefully my little bit can push them over the edge and get them into the play-offs. It’s a challenge and I’m up for it and I’m sure all my family will be watching on Saturday.’

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