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Danny Spiller delighted to return to Gillingham

Danny Spiller
Spiller began his career as a trainee with the Gills

Midfielder Danny Spiller says he is going to put "all his energy" into his second spell at Gillingham.

The 29-year-old was a major part of the Gills first team until leaving in 2007.

There was talk of a move to play for MLS side Chicago Fire but those plans are on hold after being offered a five-month deal at Priestfield.

"I can play in the States at a later time in my career. I'm going to channel all my energy into Gillingham Football Club now," Spiller told BBC Radio Kent.

The former Millwall man insisted that the short-term deal suits both parties at the moment.

"They want to see that I'm fit and there's not going to be any hiccups along the way," he said.

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"I think it suits them as much as it suits me because it keeps me chomping at the bit and I already want to go out and earn myself a new contract."

Spiller also revealed that Andy Hessenthaler's return to the club persuaded him to also come back for a second spell.

"You always get off to a great start with a manager when you know they want you and you're one of their players that they signed," he said.

"All I want to do now is get my head down and show him that he's made the right decision.

"If I can keep training and playing in the same vain that I have been in the last month or so then I'm sure it's going to turn out to be another successful reign at Gillingham."



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