CASSIDY'S KEY GOALS; League One Tranmere Rovers V Crewe Alexandra Tomorrow, Prenton Park, 3pm Striker Keen to Regain His Confidence

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CASSIDY'S KEY GOALS; League One Tranmere Rovers V Crewe Alexandra Tomorrow, Prenton Park, 3pm Striker Keen to Regain His Confidence


Byline: NICK HILTON Tranmere Reporter

JAKE CASSIDY is back with Tranmere for a third loan spell because he believes a return to Prenton Park offers him the best chance of regaining some lost confidence and goal-scoring touch.

The 20-year-old striker is due to complete the formalities of a three-month arrangement with Wolverhampton Wanderers today and is lined up to play in the League One encounter with Crewe Alexandra tomorrow afternoon.

Cassidy said he had the options to go elsewhere after Wolves manager Kenny Jackett decided his development would be best served by spending time away from Molineux, where he has not found the net in 18 games this season.

But his first choice was to return to Prenton Park, where he tasted League One football for the first time towards the end of the 2011-12 campaign and in a second loan, contributed 11 goals to Tranmere's surge to the top of the table during the first half of last season.

Cassidy said: "I'm delighted to be back here. Quite a few clubs wanted to take me on loan but when I heard Tranmere were looking to take me back I wanted to come here.

"I know a lot of the players and I know the club. The fans know me and the gaffer and (coach) John McMahon know what I'm about."

Cassidy's last senior goal was scored in a Tranmere shirt, in a 1-1 draw at Stevenage in late November, 2012.

Little more than a month later he was recalled by Wolves, then a Championship club heading for a second relegation in two seasons.

Cassidy has gained strength and experience in his time away from Prenton Park, working alongside strikers who cost seven figure sums in the transfer market.

But in spite of Jackett keeping faith with Cassidy's potential, the goals remained elusive.

"It's no secret I wasn't enjoying my time at Wolves," Cassidy said.

"My confidence was low and confidence is the key to scoring goals. Hopefully coming back here will boost my confidence and I will get some goals. I do feel comfortable here. I came in on Monday morning and I felt like I had never been away. It brings your confidence back when all the lads are welcoming you.

"I have not had a long chat with Ronnie Moore yet but I think it is obvious what he wants me to come and do, get some goals."

Cassidy hopes he can help Tranmere make history repeat itself over the coming months. …

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