Vitesse Arnhem midfielder and Chelsea loanee Mason Mount spoke to the NOS after playing a key role in the 2-0 win at home to ADO Den Haag.

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Making his first start in the Eredivisie, Mount hit the woodwork with a free-kick before sending in the corner for Matt Miazga to open the scoring late on.

After the game, Mount said, ”It’s great to get a victory because our last few games have been tough. We knew we had to bounce back after a tough Europa League game midweek.

”We managed to take our chances in the second half. ADO Den Haag going down to 10 men helped us because we had more room to play and we decided to go for it.

”We just try to play our football and open teams up. We have to remain patient and take our chances when they come.

”In my mind during training, I always act as if I am not in the starting 11 but on the bench so that I always show the hunger to be the best I can.

”I need to keep working hard. I hope the manager is happy. I am happy here at Vitesse Arnhem and I felt that I should have scored today as I had a good chance but I am delighted with my assist for Matt Miazga today.”

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