After a year away, how does it feel to be back?

It was definitely a tough decision to leave, but I’m delighted to be given the opportunity to return. I know it’s a great group of players, staff and fans at the Club. The management has continued to build and strengthen so it’s definitely exciting times ahead.

How can the team build on last season? 

I do remember the season before last, we had a great home record and last season was pretty strong home form also. Concord has always been a difficult place to turn up and get points from, so I’d say to keep that going but to also keep an eye on nicking points away from the island.

What do you bring to the team?

Over the last couple of seasons, I’ve played in quite a few positions so I can add that versatility in either attack or defence. I’d say that I’ll offer consistency in defence, but my aim is to pose a larger threat in the final third next season.

You must be looking forward to working with Scopsey as Manager?

I’m buzzing to be back working under Scopesy. He’s a top coach and an even better person. He knows how to get the best out of his players and being back under his management is something to look forward to. Then when you add in the likes of Drewy, and now Minshull in a coaching role, it was an easy decision for me to make.

What is the main goal for both you personally and the team?

Personally to have a higher production offensively with assists and a few more goals. In regards to the team, with last season’s squad and the new recent additions, it gives me optimism to think that we can finish in the play-offs at the least. I’m looking forward to the challenge!