Date: 24th August 2015 at 7:14pm
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Having not only been involved for the first time in the Championship this season but also scoring Cauley Woodrow is hopeful that he’ll now be given more of a chance in the Fulham first-team.

Kit Symons turned to Woodrow in the hope of the Whites rescuing something against Huddersfield and he came up trumps, grabbing the injury-time equaliser against Huddersfield to make sure the Whites shared the points in a 1-1 draw.

Obviously the 20-year-old would have wanted more than a point but he’s told as one-down deep into injury-time you take that with him delighted to get on the scoresheet.

‘I’m delighted, obviously.

‘I hadn’t played any minutes in the league yet and when the Manager said I was coming on I just wanted to do the best I could, and I was delighted to get a goal for the draw.’

Will this late goal see things turn around? He added he was hopeful that it would!

Woodrow was also hopeful that his involvement on Saturday could lead to move chances, especially with Matt Smith out with his knee injury. He, it goes without saying, wouldn’t have wished injury upon Smith – who would! – but this has happened with him eyeing a chance.

His only previous involvement had come in the League Cup with Sheffield United faced in round two of Tuesday. Not only does he want to be involved he’s also said this is a good opportunity for a Fulham win, the Blades aren’t being taken lightly though at all.

He added.

‘It’s a big game for us.

‘We haven’t won as many as we would’ve liked this season so it’s a good opportunity for us to try and get a win against Sheffield United and hopefully then we can take that form into the league.’