Austrian youngster is determined to continue taking his chances as he looks to cement his place in the side at Villa Park after a stunning effort against the PottersAston Villa striker Andreas Weimann is determined to continue taking his chances as he aims to secure a starting place in Alex McLeish's side.
The 20-year-old scored a stunning opener as Villa drew 1-1 at home to Stoke City on Monday, adding to his late winner against Fulham in March, and has vowed to do everything in his power to ensure that he is an automatic pick in McLeish's lineup.
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"I'll try every time I'm out there, I'll do my best and show the manager what I can do. We'll see if I get another chance.
"Now I have the taste for it I want to get a few more games, but it's up to the gaffer.
"The Fulham goal was a tap-in really but against Stoke I also showed that I could hit a ball so I'm really happy. I've scored a few but that was definitely up there."