Aaron: We can do a Hull
By Tom Latchem
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Aaron Wilbraham believes his new club could match Hull's achievements.
MK Dons striker Aaron Wilbraham believes his new club could match last season's League One promotion winners Hull City - the club he has just left.
Wilbraham struggled to hold down a regular first-team berth at The KC Stadium as Hull comfortably eased into second-place and signed on at The National Hockey Stadium over the close season.
After completing a full pre-season programme, the former Stockport player declared The Dons will match any side in the division - starting with Bournemouth this weekend.
"I played against Bournemouth for Hull last season and we won 1-0 and 4-0," Wilbraham told skysports.com, "And I don't think there's much difference between the Hull side I was in and this side now.
"We have some really good players and with the crowd behind us, it is always a good atmosphere. We can definitely cause them a few problems and get a result.
"Our manager Danny Wilson tries to get the ball down and play, so I think we can match them football-wise easily.
"We are all looking for a win and think we can get it, but we are just taking each game as it comes.
"This season I'm just personally looking to score as many goals as I can, settle into the team and play consistently every week.
"Hopefully we will have a great season, win as many as we can and be up there at the end. I think the aim is to improve on last season.
"But if we win a few early games we could get into the play-offs. You just never know, so we will have to see around Christmas."