Rhino Relishing Return

Last updated : 08 May 2004 By Andy Beill
Both players have permission to play in the match for their club Bristol Rovers. Anderson will therefore continue at the heart of their defence, while Williams is hoping for a recall to prove himself to new manager Ian Atkins and to the club who let him go for free two years after wasting £150,000 on buying him.

The 25-year-old still holds Hull City in high regard though, telling Somerset's Daily Press: "They really deserved their promotion as they've had to go through a lot in recent years with such high expectations there.
"I still have some good friends up there and I would be absolutely delighted to play on Saturday, but obviously that's out of my hands."

After being a regular in the side for five months, he's not figured once since March, but hopes his luck will change.

He said: "I've not had a chance to play since the new boss has come in, so hopefully I will get the chance to prove what I can do. I was playing under Ray Graydon and Phil Bater, but the new gaffers have come in and they have their own ideas. And fair play to them, they have got the results we needed, so there's no complaints from anyone.
"But I would just love the chance to show what I can do and hopefully sooner or later I will get it, because I know I can do it at this level.
"Obviously it's been disappointing, but that's football. I brought my family down from Hull, and that's a long way. I signed a decent contract here and I want to see that out, but also I want to be playing football. Hopefully as time goes on I will get my chance and get a run in the side."