Formerly acknowledged as a Monster of the Welsh Premier League, Scott Quigley recently proposed his commitment to Dean Keates's promotion challenging regime for the remainder of the season. Scott's excellent technical and physical qualities on offer haven't failed to appease the majority of Wrexham fans, as many seem invigorated to envision the promising attacking threat that Scott could deliver to the Racecourse in the foreseeable future.
He provided a key influence by netting a respectable 32 goals during 86 appearances at The New Saints, rightfully earning himself an opportunity to perform centre stage at fellow north west club Blackpool F.C. Unfortunately for Scott, his valiant efforts in 14 appearances for the Seasiders ultimately failed to inspire. A stark contrast to former red Curtis Tilt, who has basked in tremendous success so far at the club.
Acquiring the Englishman’s services has resulted in yet another successful high profile deal for Keates. The Wrexham gaffer must be stashing a magic Genie lamp for his requests. Possibly behind his considerable collection of promotion winning awards?
Richard Williams over at the Wrexham Leader (@LeaderRich on Twitter) conducted an introductary interview with the striker. When asked about his ambition for the rest of the season, he replied: “hopefully if I can do really well here and help Wrexham get out of the league, who knows next year?” Quigley mentioned he “had a bit of interest from the National League but the one place I would really want to go is here.”
Furthermore, Rob Griffiths at the North Wales Daily Post (@TheBigGrif) spoke to Dean Keates about his new acquisition. He admires that “he is strong, he is powerful and wants to play on the shoulder.” The boss was also impressed with the way “he has come in and trained with us and looked bright and looked sharp. He is enthusiastic, he speaks well and he wants to get playing and all being the well the frustration that he has had from the first half of the season he can take it out on our opposition.”
Will Scott Quigley prevail in his quest for stability in the English leagues? His attributes suggest it is likely. Although emerging from a league that former reds flop Adrian Cieślewicz can win, it may come to no surprise if he becomes the victim of misfiring up front.
What do you think? Should we have signed someone else? Why not inform me in the comments below? Or perhaps on Twitter at @d3cl8n