Job Unfinished For Lewin

Last updated : 17 April 2007 By Rob Miles (barnsley Boy)

Lewin Nyatanga has revealed his disappointment at leaving Barnsley with "unfinished business"

Nyatanga has been recalled from his loan spell by Derby with just 3 games remaining after helping The Reds to go 2 points clear of the Championship trap-door.

"It's a shame that I am leaving Barnsley with the job unfinished, but that's football for you. I am certain however that the lads at Barnsley will win their fight - they are a great bunch of lads and deserve to stay up".

Lewin has now swapped the relegation dogfight with a push for promotion and hopes his form while at Oakwell will persuade Billy Davies to give him a chance in the side.

"I am now swapping a relegation dog fight for a promotion push, I won't feel any pressure, I have now got two relegation fights successfully under my belt so pushing for promotion is where I would rather be any day.

"I hope my spell with Barnsley has shown Mr Davies he can rely on me immediately and I'm not just one for the future. I am here to fight for a starting place and to secure promotion, not just to make up the numbers."