Deadline day signing Kyle Joseph is hoping a successful season helping out Cheltenham Town will boost both the Robins and his own career.
The teenage forward was announced as a Robins player 40 minutes before the transfer window closed on Tuesday evening.
He's transferred to Gloucestershire on a season-long deal as he looks to continue progressing his career having signed for parent club Swansea City in the summer after a noteworthy spell at Wigan Athletic last season.
He is aiming for a good season at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium in front of goal to help Cheltenham enjoy a successful campaign and to give him a positive platform for when he returns to the Liberty Stadium.
"I had a chat with the gaffer back at Swansea about an opportunity to go out on loan and we thought it was the best plan for me," he said.
"It's great to be here. It's finally all sorted after a hectic few days.
"I back myself to do well this season with Cheltenham to hopefully go back a better player when I go back to Swansea.
"But my only focus for the time being is playing for Cheltenham and getting results for them."
See the full interview with the newest arrival at Cheltenham above on iFollow and on the EFL iFollow app on your smartphone.
Joseph is set to be involved in the squad for the first time on Saturday when MK Dons are the visitors to the Jonny-Rocks Stadium.
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