BOBBY GRANT has backed himself to score goals for Oldham Athletic after leaving Wrexham.

The 30-year-old attacking midfielder was under contract at The Racecourse for the 2020-21 campaign but he has joined the Latics on a season-long loan.

It looks like Grant, who was the Reds’ top scorer last term with eight goals despite joining Accrington Stanley during the January transfer window, has played his last game for Dean Keates’ side.

But Grant is just focussed on doing well in League Two for Oldham.

“I’ll definitely score goals and I’m not one to shy away from that,” he told Oldham’s official website. “I like the pressure and I have a lot of confidence in my own ability as well as the environment to help the club win football matches.

“I know the fans will back us 100 per cent, because when I’ve played against Oldham it’s always been a difficult ground to play in.”

Keates is happy for Grant to make the switch to Boundary Park.

“While he was at the football club he was part of my plans but this has been put to us and it has happened, it works now,” said Keates.“We wish him all the best.”