Defender Charlie Goode is ready for the Iron’s season after pre-season was completed at home to Lincoln City on Saturday.
Speaking to iFollow Iron, the 22-year-old admitted that the game against the Imps was a difficult contest, but one that the squad can learn from.
He said: “It was a tough game, very different to the other night (against Nottingham Forest).
“They were quite direct, very physical and had two big lads up top. We tried to play when we could, but we found it difficult at times.
“We have still got a few little things to improve on and I am sure we can do that in the next week.”
New loan signing Cameron Borthwick-Jackson played for the Iron at left-back against the Imps and Goode was impressed with what he saw: “He did really well, considering we hadn’t really met him before the game.
“He slotted in, looked composed on the ball and looked classy as well. I think he will be a great help for us.”
The new season starts next Saturday with a trip to Coventry City.
“It will be a very tough game at their stadium, having just come up. It’s the opening game of the season so both teams will be raring to go and we will be up for it.”
On the campaign ahead, Goode added: “I want to play as much as I can and be in the team week in week out. This is my chance now, my time to show everyone what I have got.
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