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Kuhl excited for future with Reading

22 May 2014

Young pro speaks to Reading FC Player

Youngster Aaron Kuhl says his aim is to be involved in the first team within the next two or three years.

The 18-year-old midfielder, who is son of U21s coach Martin Kuhl, captained both youth age groups to remarkable campaigns which included clinching the first ever Barclays U21s Premier League Cup.

"All the lads have done really well, they've all progressed quite a lot," Aaron told Reading FC Player.

"The under-18s finished third in the league, we got to the semi-finals of the Youth Cup and won the under-21s Premier League Cup. It was a brilliant season for everyone.

"We played against some big teams and beat them, it's great to show what we're made of. We've set a standard for next year after making a lot of history."

Kuhl hopes to return to pre-season for 2013/14 sharp and ready for another challenge, where he aims to get closer to Nigel Adkins' first team.

"We have two weeks of rest now, and we'll come back fit and raring to go for a new season," he added.

"Hopefully I can come back as sharp as possible, and do as well as I can. Going on loan is an option, and so is staying with the under-21s and progress - hopefully within the next two or three years I can get around the first team."


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