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I’m more effective now despite goal drought

New York Red Bulls youngster Caden Clark believes he is a better player now than at the beginning of the season, despite failing to score in his last nine appearances.

The 18-year-old burst onto the scene with a number of impressive strikes in 2020 and followed that up at the start of this season, scoring four goals in his first seven games.

All of this was enough to impress the Red Bulls’ sister club, RB Leipzig, who signed Clark and loaned him back to New York for the rest of the 2021 MLS campaign.

But Clark has failed to find the net since that transfer was confirmed, with fitness issues killing his momentum. Even so, the teenager’s performances have begun to improve again.

Speaking ahead of the Red Bulls’ clash with fierce rivals DC United this weekend, Clark admitted he found it tough to regain his fitness mid-season, but insisted he’s a more effective player now than he was at the start of the campaign when the goals were flowing.

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