Ryan Porteous talks about his ambitions with Hibernian.
Scotland’s U21 internationalRyan Porteous
says that he has been dreaming of winning trophies withHibernian
since he was a child, and now he has the chance to follow his ambitions.
“We want to get some success this season,”
the Scotland Under-21 international said.
“We are in football to win trophies and get to national cup finals.
“That’s something I have always wanted to do for Hibs, growing up as a fan, is to win a cup. The game on Saturday is a big step to where I want to be personally and the club as a whole.
“It has been a lifelong ambition for me to win silverware for Hibs. Seeing the boys do it in 2016, as a fan being there, was one of the best days of my life, if not the best day. It’s definitely something I want for myself and the team now.
“To see Dave, Lewi, Paul and Daz go up to lift the cup, it’s something that I realised I wasn’t too far away from.
“We were getting to semi-finals, getting to quarter-finals, we just need to get over the line.
“It opens up a lot of doors for people if you bring success, win games, you get rewards for that at the end of the season.
“That’s something the gaffer highlights a lot, he wants us to get rewards for our hard work and our good performances. Losing semi-finals definitely isn’t the way to get rewards.”