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More From New Signing Steven Davis

More From New Signing Steven Davis

Some more quotes from his first interview as a Saint.

After penning a three year contract to become Nigel Adkins second signing of the summer, the 27 year old midfielder said of his move to St Mary's and the Club's return to top flight football.

'The Premier League is obviously going to be a big test for everybody but it's one that was a big thing for me. Now I'm just looking forward to getting down, getting to know the boys and getting started.'

It's been a strange few months for Davis following the implosion of Rangers, but he believes he has made the right choice in joining us.

'It's been a tough time since February, there have been a lot of things that have been uncertain about Rangers and the future of everybody connected to the club. I had come to the difficult decision to leave and once that was done I spoke to the people down here at Southampton and made my choice. I'm delighted to be back in the Premier League and I'm looking forward to the journey that Southampton is on and helping to add to what's already here.'

A very good addition indeed I think and will add experience, creativity but also some steal to our midfield for the campaign ahead.

We all wondered what type of players Adkins would target this summer, and he does seem to going for those with a point to prove, who are hungry and do want success as opposed to experienced players potentially looking for a final pay day which is brilliant to see.

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Writer:Vital Saint
Date:Friday July 6 2012
Time: 10:28PM

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