Will Wright can become a top player insists Dagenham boss McMahon
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Dagenham & Redbridge manager Daryl McMahon believes young defender Will Wright can become a top player after making his 100th appearance for the club.
The 23-year-old reached the milestone in the Daggers 1-1 draw away to Stockport County and even picked up an assist in the match.
The boss was keen to praise the former Colchester United academy product who is fast becoming a main stay in the starting line-up.
“I think his improvement has been phenomenal in the last three or four months, he's been outstanding, and he’s another one that I think is now really believing in himself.
“He’s got all the attributes to be a really good player, he has cut out a few little errors that I felt he had in his game, as most young players do.
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“His performances, his character, his leadership, his attitude and mentality is top draw and I still don’t think we’re seeing anywhere near the best of Will Wright either.
“Will has still got so much to improve on and he can kick on to a higher level without a shadow of a doubt.
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“He is going to have to deal with one ear now after last night. Hopefully he’s ok, he stayed up in Manchester to get some stitches.”