Wesolowski eager to impress at Dundee

James Wesolowski is keen to shake off recent injury problems and impress whilst on loan at Dundee United.

James Wesolowski is keen to shake off recent injury problems and impress whilst on loan at Dundee United.

The Leicester City man has joined the Scottish Premier League club on loan for the remainder of the season, reuniting with former Foxes boss Craig Levein at Tannadice Park.

"It means a lot that he (Levein) wants to bring me here and if I can get the chance to help him and Dundee United it would be great,” the former Australian U20 representative told the Dundee Courier.

"United have an option to buy me at the end of the season but I am not really thinking too far into the future.

"I just want to get back into playing first-team football again and see what happens from there."

The 21-year old has had a horror run with injuries in recent times including two broken legs and a broken ankle but is confident he can overcome those setbacks.

“I am mentally strong, so although what happened put me out of action for a while, I think I am a stronger person for it now."

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