It was confirmed last week that League Two outfit Chesterfield have signed Wigan Athletic defender Andy Kellett on a one-year loan.
The versatile 23-year-old, who can play anywhere up and down either flank, as well as a centre defensive midfielder, lacks experience as far as first team football goes and both his parent club and the player himself will be hoping that can change this season.
Injuries have plagued the young player during his short career with the general acceptance that if he could stay fit, Kellett would be a valuable asset to any side.
Here at FLW, we think this is the best move for everyone right now as it gives Kellett a chance to prove himself consistently over the course of a full season.
The former Bolton man is great full-back who can be a great servant to a club if he stays fit.
His pace allows him to burst up and down the flanks with ease and help with attacking moves whilst also having the wherewithal to get back and do his defensive duties.
After just a handful of games, Kellett’s parent club Wigan find themselves second in League One and if they were to continue this form all the way to the end of the season and get promoted to the Championship, there will be no room for passengers in Paul Cook’s side.
This could be one of the 24-year-old’s last chances at making it as a first teamer at a decent level of football and we have every faith that he will take it.
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