Liverpool youngster Jack Dunn has taken to social networking site Twitter to state that he is looking forward to playing for Burton Albion for the rest of the season.
The club’s Academy forward has joined the League Two outfit on a youth loan deal for the rest of the season, as announced on Liverpool’s official website earlier today.
Dunn is a powerful forward who scored for the Liverpool first team against Shamrock Rovers in a friendly match in May 2014.
The youngster is happy to have moved to Albion and is relishing the prospect of playing first-team football.
Looking forward to a new challenge— jack dunn (@Jack_Dunn8) March 26, 2015
Albion is currently being managed by former Leeds United and Chelsea striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
The Brewers are currently at the top of the League Two table with 76 points from 38 matches, five points clear of second-placed Shrewsbury Town.
Hasselbaink’s side will return to League Two action on Monday, March 30, when they take on Stevenage at the Pirelli Stadium.