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Adapting well

18 February 2013

Smith enjoying his football at The Den

After Saturday's Cup win over Luton Town and subsequent Quarter-Final draw, which paired The Lions with Blackburn Rovers, thoughts now return to League matters with Peterborough United visiting The Den on Tuesday night.
Kenny Jackett's men will be looking to end a run of four straight defeats against the Championship's basement club but Adam Smith, who features in our matchday programme, believes The Lions will have to be at their very best to get anything out of the game.
"In the Championship anyone can beat anyone," he described. "Peterborough are at the bottom but that doesn't mean it's going to be an easy game by any means. It will be difficult and we haven't been in the best of form in the League so we need to put that right."
Adam will now remain at the club until the end of the season after signing an extension to his loan deal on the final day of the January transfer window, and it wasn't something the right-back had to think twice about.
"It was a very easy decision to make," he admits. "I told Tottenham that I wanted to stay here and thankfully it all got sorted out.
I'm really enjoying my football. I came to play games and that's what is happening. It's a shame we haven't been on the best of runs lately but I've fitted in well."
On top of our in-depth chat with the England U21 international, we also speak to Shane Lowry in our Facebook Q&A. The Australian reveals his favourite moment to date playing for The Lions, who he enjoys training with the most and who owns the best and worst cars at the club.
Chairman John Berylson has also taken the time to write in this edition, so don't miss what he has to say on pages six and seven.
For all of the above and much, much more, don't forget to pick up your copy of Tuesday's matchday programme for just £3. 


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