Date: 6th September 2008 at 2:01pm
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Steve Kabba is a man on a mission.

Having wasted 18 months of his career in the ressies or in the stands at Vicarage Road, the Blackpool loanee is determined to prove he`s “not dying in the reserves at Watford”.

The £500k capture from Sheffield United told the Blackpool Gazette “I just want people to know I’m still about and I’m fit and I’m not dying in the reserves at Watford. I’m just happy to be playing.”

Kabba added “I was at Watford for 18 months and I didn’t really play and only scored one goal. It was frustrating. I was injury free but not playing…

And score goals he has – notching in the defeat against his former Blade employers before having an entire ‘hat-trick’ of strikes ruled out against Southampton before the international break.

So impressed have the Seasider`s management and fans been with Watford’s 6th best striker that there is even talk of a permanent move come January – with aa cut price £250k figure being banded about.

But Kabba knew little of the speculation, insisting “I don’t know what will happen with the loan deal. We’ll see how it goes for the six months and then see what happens afterwards.”

“At the moment that’s not important and not something I’m thinking about. I just want to focus completely on playing as many games as I can, scoring as many goals as I can and getting myself back into the sort of form that I know I can show.”

Well good on you Steve. Good on you.