Todd Cantwell is making waves at Fortuna Sittard

PUBLISHED: 15:13 07 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:19 07 March 2018

Todd Cantwell is enjoying his loan spell at Fortuna Sittard. 
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Todd Cantwell is enjoying his loan spell at Fortuna Sittard. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

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Todd Cantwell is loving life on loan at Fortuna Sittard.

The 20-year-old is a leading figure in Fortuna’s bid for promotion to the Dutch top flight after a loan move from Norwich City until the end of the season.

The Dereham-bred prospect, who made his senior Norwich City debut at Chelsea in the FA Cup, scored his first professional goal at NEC last month before a key role in a 3-0 derby win over MVV Maastricht.

Third-placed Sittard head to Eindhoven on Friday and Cantwell is not looking too far into the future.

“It is for the two clubs to decide when we get to the end of the season where they see me. For me, I am just enjoying my football,” he said in an interview with Radio Fortuna. “I’m over the moon with the move. I just want to play football.

“There is a little bit of a difference but football is the same wherever you go. You have to enjoy it, you have to win games, you have to play as a team and Fortuna are doing this at the moment.

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“We just have to concentrate on the next game, keep winning and if that means we win the championship then so be it.

“Promotion is something in the back of our minds but let’s take it game-by-game.

“To score my first goal was fantastic. It was just a shame not to get the three points as well but away from home at NEC, they are a good team. We are going in the right direction.”

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