Ashley Westwood has said he hopes the fans will be in good voice for the Stoke encounter, because there's nothing like a rocking Villa Park.
Speaking to the Official Site ahead of the weekends game, Westwood said he was loving the experience of playing at Villa Park, and he's looking for the fans to lift the team again as we go in search of another three points.
'Over the last few home games I have played in, Villa Park has been rocking, it's been booming. We need that again on Saturday, we need the fans - every team does - but I think it's especially true for us young players, they can lift us. They have been magical atmospheres to play in, it gives you a real lift.'
In a separate piece on the Official Site Westwood talked about his recent improvement in the first team - something that many fans had recognised and commented on themselves.
'I have improved massively since being here. I can't understate that point, my game has definitely gone up a level. I feel sharper and it's terrific to be part of. I strive to keep improving my game now, that's my focus, I want to keep improving and progressing as a player and I want to help Villa kick on and move up the table. I know I can develop with the manager and his staff, I can't thank him enough.'
Since his debut Westwood clearly has come on in leaps and bounds through his hardwork in training, and it's a joy to see.
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