Date: 3rd February 2015 at 5:22pm
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Waalwijk coach Martin Koopman feels that Hearts, if we want to in the future, will be able to ‘cash in’ on new signing Kenny Anderson and make some money. That will not be the intention, but if it happens it happens – we’ve signed him to play and help us back to where we belong!

A nominal fee secured the attacking midfielder on deadline day, with him signing an 18-month contract and his former coach Koopman has told the Edinburgh Evening News that we’ve done well to secure him and if we continue to make sure he develops correctly can make a profit on him….

With Anderson’s roots in Scotland, due to his father, the 22-year-old has been backed to ‘adjust and settle’ quickly at Tynecastle with this a good move for the benefit of his career.

He said: ‘I think Hearts did a good job taking him because he is young and they can make money from him.

‘His specialities are that he is a good technical player. He can come as a No.10 and go beyond the striker to get into the box. He has a good instinct to run without the ball and get into dangerous areas in the penalty box. The awareness to go forward and to see the moment for a chance is his speciality. He is very cool in the box so he can also score a goal.’

Koopman, as we’ll hope that he’s proven right, feels that this will be a ‘good move for his career.’

Another quality that was highlighted was that as much as he wasn’t happy when he found himself out of the Waalwijk team earlier in the season his reaction to this was good with him working hard, despite his disappointment, to get back in.

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