Ghanaian youngster, Robin Polley has indicated that spending the 2020/2021 football season on loan at FC Dordrecht will help him develop his game.
The 21-year old has today sealed a season-long loan transfer to the Dutch Eerste Divisie outfit from Eredivisie club ADO Den Haag.
The move according to his parent club is to ensure he gets to play regularly in the upcoming football season.
For Robin Polley himself, the transfer excites him because it is important to play more matches as a young player in order to develop.
“I want to continue the line that I had started at Dordrecht in recent months. It's important to keep moving and play lots of matches.
“I am happy that Dordrecht offers me this opportunity again and that ADO Den Haag gives me the opportunity to be rented out with an extra contract year”, the Ghanaian said in an interview with the website of his parent club after completing the loan switch.
He continued, “That creates peace in my head so that I can play football freely this season and develop myself to the full. I will come back stronger and better next year, with more races in my legs”.