Date: 9th September 2014 at 4:02pm
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Midfielder Jimmy Ryan has said he’s pretty pleased with how Chesterfield and adjusted to and started League One life following our promotion success last season.

His partnership with Sam Morsy has continued at pace in the higher level and with a return of ten points from an available 15, Ryan told the Official Site that he felt the club and the lads could be very pleased with the start so far.

‘We’re pleased with the amount of points we’ve picked up so far, obviously there was the loss to MK Dons but we still played well in that game so there really aren’t too many negatives to look at so far.’

With a few changes to the make up of the squad over the summer and a few injury issues to consider, Ryan is playing a slightly different role to the one he did last season, but he’s still doing it to good effect in a slightly more advanced position on the pitch, and he feels he’s adjusted to that pretty well also.

‘It’s been different, the gaffer knows what position I’m best in and what I enjoy, but if he needs me to do a job for him like play on the wing, then I’m happy to do that for him, he knows I’ll give me all. That’s all I can do really, try my best.’

His best so far has been pretty productive, and although the more advanced role isn’t entirely new to him he admits it did take a bit for it to come back as natural when it came to positioning and even watching the play transpire and remembering he needed to be in different areas given the game plan to what he would be if playing in his more regular position.

‘It’s not completely strange, but you kind of forget about the role a little bit, which might sound a bit daft seeing as its only 20 yards away on the pitch, but it changes your whole outlook on the game.’

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