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Though he played with a predominently young team he said that he hopes to be back in the squad again on a regular basis.

After playing for 86 minutes Frazer told how great it was to be back playing after being out for so long. Adding that he forgot about his injury while playing and that it was his legs that suffered as he grew tired towards the end of the game.

Huddersfield may come a bit too early but Frazer still hopes to travel up to Huddersfield with the matchday players. He hopes to get a couple of games more as he regains his fitness.

He told the Saints Player in interview, 'It's going to be very difficult to get in though because Danny Butterfield's playing really well, and again it's up to the gaffer as to what he wants to do.'

'I don't expect to go straight back into the team when they are winning and when they are playing like they are doing.We're coming good as a team,' he added.

Frazer continued by saying that with three wins in the last four games, and the team now umnbeaten in five, they would be travelling up to Huddersfield looking for another win.

It is good to see Frazer is finally nearing a return to full fitness. Now we will wait and watch to see when he gets a first chance to claim a starting place in the team.



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Wednesday October 13 2010
Time: 11:15PM

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It is nice for the club when there is real competition for places and with Frazer nearing fitness we now have two good quality right full backs.
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