Fred delighted to be on the scoresheet at Roots Hall
Millwall winger Fred Onyedinma is hoping to build on his impressive individual display against Southend United earlier this week.
The 19-year-old scored one and had a hand in another two goals as The Lions romped to one-sided 4-0 victory at Roots Hall.
Onyedinma's close range strike in first-half stoppage time was his first goal for the club since September and the Academy graduate is now hoping to maintain the same level of performance in early 2016.
"The gaffer spoke to me before the game and told me to just go out there and enjoy myself, which I did," Onyedinma revealed.
"I hadn't scored for a bit and my target is to do so in every game so I was delighted to get one against Southend."
Discussing his recent form, Onyedinma added: "I'm here to attack and try to create opportunities, which I probably wasn't doing five games ago but now, hopefully, I can show what I've got again.
"In my position things won't go my way all the time. It won't work some days but on others it will, so I just get on and keep doing what I'm doing with a positive attitude."
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