"I originally had plans to keep improving as a midfielder. But after round one when I did my syndesmosis I had a few weeks to think. I was eight weeks off legs and I was out for 12 to 15 weeks, so I thought my running capacity wouldn't allow me to play midfield to the level I wanted to. I thought that when I'd come back, I'd play that small forward role," Fisher said.
"It's what the team needed. I'm not saying he doesn't want to go into the midfield at some stage, but he committed to it. From that point on, he's spent all of his energy and effort in becoming the best that he can be and learning the craft," Blues coach David Teague said of Fisher.