Barnsley’s latest recruit Kadeem Harris spoke to the press after the game with Bradford, reflecting on the game as well as what he feels he can bring to the side.
Kadeem said: “There’s a lot of positives to take from today’s performance. I would have liked to get a goal or assist but there’s plenty of time. We’ve got lots of games coming up and, hopefully, I can contribute to the team’s success in the future.
“We were unlucky at the end of the game. Alfie got up well at the end but there were lots of positives to take from today’s performance.
“The team did well last year and this season hopefully we can get promoted automatically and if not then the play-offs, but I think the team is very good and young with a lot of energy.”
The midfielder only signed for the Tykes hours before stepping onto the Oakwell turf on Saturday but explained his desire to get playing and contribute to the side.
He arrives on a 93-day loan but is potentially looking to make the move to South Yorkshire permanent.
“It’s been a quick move for me and as soon as I heard Barnsley wanted me I was interested straight away," he said.
"The gaffer asked me if I would have liked to come here and I said yes, I’ve enjoyed it so far.
“I think I’ll enjoy my time here. When a manager has faith in you and your ability the move is a no brainer and it made up my decision.
“I think I’m a crowd pleaser who contributes going forward and be positive in my play. Hopefully in the next three months I can do what I said and bring the team success.”