Teams: Derby County, Burton Albion
Davies Derby Delight
Loan signing Andrew Davies admits he would happily stay with the Rams "forever".
The 20-year-old signed a season-long deal from Premiership side Middlesbrough in the summer, becoming new Derby boss Phil Brown's first signing.
And he has settled into life at Pride Park so well that he would be more than happy to stay on well beyond the term of his loan spell.
"I'm loving it here, the lads are fantastic and I don't want to leave - I want to stay here forever," he tells RamsWorld in an exclusive interview currently being screened.
"This is a club where the staff and the manager are absolutely fantastic and I want to stay here as long as I can.
"I wasn't happy with being sent off, that was difficult and even if it wasn't a red card it was still a bit silly.
"But all these experiences make you a better player so now I'm just looking forward to the rest of the season.
"The area here is fantastic. I'm not living too far away from the training ground so that's good, and Derby is a very nice place."
The former England U20 international scored his first senior goal when he headed the Rams in front with five minutes left of Sunday's game against Southampton.
His joy at netting was there for all to see, but he was disappointed that it didn't earn Derby all three points against the Saints.
Ricardo Fuller's 90th-minute effort earned the visitors a point and denied the Rams their first win since August 20 against Cardiff City.
"I was over the moon when I scored, particularly with it being right at the end as well because I thought we worked really hard to get it to 2-1," the Stockton-born stopper said.
"But there was a little lapse in concentration at the end and they scored a good goal, and that's football sometimes.
"We work on set-plays in training and finally one's paid off so hopefully I can get some more now.
"I scored quite a few in the Academy but that's my first senior goal so I was over the moon, but when they equalised it took it all away.
"I just wanted three points for the team, it wasn't to be and now we've got a game on Saturday so we've got to get ourselves together.
"The lads are going to be strong, the gaffer knows what he wants so we've got to go there and get a result."
Originally Posted by Nico
I dont belive in jinxing mate, I do belive in playing at home with a 2-0 advantage against a team which I cant see scoring 2 goals!
Of course, if we lose, I'll never admit it was me who wrote this.
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