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Reed remaining grounded

“We won’t get carried away when we win and we won’t get too down when we lose"

22 November 2018

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He's been an instant hit since arriving at Ewood Park in the summer and has played a part in Rovers' excellent start to life back in the Championship, but Harrison Reed isn't getting carried away.

Reed will stay for the season having signed on loan from Southampton back in the summer, and has already made quite an impact on Tony Mowbray's side.
The diminutive midfielder has found the net twice - both away from home at Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion - and has shown his versatile side by filling in on the wing and at right back as well as his regular central midfield role.
The Sussex-born number four is enjoying himself at Ewood Park, but says it's important that feet remain firmly on the ground.
“We won’t get carried away when we win and we won’t get too down when we lose," he said to iFollow Rovers, with Preston North End away on the agenda this weekend.
"We’ll take things one game at a time and see where it takes us.
“I remember last season was my first taste of the Championship and we came up against some teams that you felt would run away with things.
“But it doesn’t seem as if that will be the case this time around. Anyone can beat anyone.
“You see the record we have at Ewood Park, it’s amazing. We’ll play on the front foot and show everyone what we can do, show our quality."

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