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Ince Named Young Player Of The Year

Ince Named Young Player Of The Year

Rohan Ince has made more of an impact this season with Brighton than perhaps anyone might have imagined following his signing from Chelsea last summer.

Such has been his impact this season, which has seen him play 32 games so far, he's only gone and won himself the Young Player of the Year award and rightly so as he's proven to be a key player for us from midfield.

The stats have proven how much better we perform when he's in the side.

Ince definitely deserves this award and has told BBC Sussex that he knows he's come a long way but also wants to keep improving yet knows winning this award is a highlight of his season, and a goal against Port Vale.

'I'm just hoping to really kick on from next season and achieve more,' Ince told.

'I've come a long way and couldn't ask for more. My highlights were scoring a goal against Port Vale and obviously winning this award.

The 21 year old is improving all the time but has already highlighted other areas of his game that he wants to improve on from here on in.

He wants to add a greater attacking threat to his game too.

'I bring a lot of power to the midfield.

'I can win a lot of aerial battles and try to dominate in midfield but next season I'm going to try to provide more from an attacking perspective, take more shots and hopefully get more goals.'

If Ince keeps doing what he's doing I'll be happy but Albion would benefit even more if he could add those other aspects to his game as well, but with continued improvement we know that this will mean other clubs come sniffing around.

Should we be a Premier League side it'll be easier to keep those wolves from the door.

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Writer:VitalSeagull
Date:Wednesday April 30 2014
Time: 2:14PM

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