Manchester United youngster Liam Grimshaw moved to Motherwell on loan to January late last night, and Grimshaw is excited to go out and play with his new team until January as he feels it will be a good challenge for himself.
Grimshaw will compete in a competitive league
20-year-old Grimshaw will get to play in a competitive league in the Scottish Premier League, and the aim for him is to gain valuable first team experiences to help him develop and maybe break into the United first team one day.
Grimshaw was speaking about the move said he is "looking forward to this new challenge" he's "only ever played at Manchester United my whole career" which will mean he will get more development with a first team so he can come back with more experience.
Grimshaw continued to say he'll "be looking to play as many games as possible and try to improve as a player" and this is what you ask for when a young player goes out on loan to gain valuable game time.
Grimshaw says he has watched many games from the Scottish League
Grimshaw says that he "watched a few games in Scotland and knows the standard is high" which is good as he has prepared himself properly for the move which is a great attitude to have for a young player.
Grimshaw was a huge part of United's Under 21s League winning side last year
Grimshaw has played regularly for the U21 team, which last season was a huge success as the team won the league and Grimshaw was a key part of the success, and definitely has a bright future ahead of him in the coming years.
It's great to see that the younger players have a real desire to go out on loan to get first team football so that when the loan moves comes to an end the player comes back a stronger player, which with Grimshaw should be perfect for him as he is one to keep an eye on in the coming years.