Kanu targets Robins victory
The England Under-20 international started his first game for the Royals since the end of August in their 1-1 draw against Scunthorpe, where he set up Grzegorz Rasiak for Reading's goal. While Robson-Kanu was disappointed not to have claimed all three points as Brendan Rodgers' men dominated the game, the former Arsenal trainee was delighted to have been playing. "It's always nice to be back in the team, I've been working hard and got my reward," Robson-Kanu told the Evening Post. "The result is disappointing at home because we feel like we can win games like that and we just need to pick ourselves up and kick on next week. "That was my first game in a while and fitness-wise I'm still picking up, but I'm pleased with the performance."
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