One of the hardest aspects of coming into a new team can be finding where you fit in and how to play with your new teammates, luckily for new Orlando City midfielder/defender Devron García that shouldn’t be a problem. The young Honduran, who was signed by the team Wednesday and fills the tenth and final international slot, played alongside Orlando forward Bryan Róchez in the 2015 U20 World Cup in New Zealand.
Although young, García is experienced enough, having also played in the 2013 U17 FIFA World Cup. Such success at such a young age doesn’t just come to anyone. García looks to bring his hard work ethic and dedication to Orlando in order to compete for a starting position.
Expressing his gratitude at the opportunity to play in Orlando, García is also fully aware of the tough competition within the club.
“I know there’s important players here, really important. I’m going to work to try and help the club when I can…When the Coach gives me minutes, I will give my best… I’m going to work hard. I know there are plenty of good players, but I’m going to work hard here… I will give my best to the club and give my best to this team.”
Regardless of who will also be vying for the starting position, the young midfielder made it clear he was excited and ready to play. “I’ve been working hard for this opportunity.”