MAX CORNHILL says Concord fans can expect him to deliver goals and graft for the club next season.
The box-to-box midfielder – who left a Dartford side relegated to the Conference South last season – is the latest recruit at Adam Flanagan’s new-look Rangers.
And the ex-East Thurrock and Chelmsford City star says he is determined to help new boss Flanagan secure another play-off push for the emerging Essex side.
Cornhill, 28, said: “I was in and out at Dartford last year and it was not a brilliant season for me so I was looking for a fresh challenge.
“I know Adam wants to build on the success they have had here before and I wanted to be part of that.
“What I need to do now is get a good pre-season under my belt and hopefully get games and goals so that I am firing on all cylinders when the season starts.
“What the Concord fans can expect from me is lots of graft. I won?t shy away from the hard work and I want to win every game I play in. Even in training!
“I have always tried to weigh in with goals too and I have set myself a target of about 15 next season.”
Cornhill (pictured) was a big crowd favourite at the Clarets and hopes he will get a good reception in the two league fixtures against them in the coming campaign.
He said: “I had two good seasons with them and we challenged for the play-offs and had a good FA Cup run so I am looking forward to seeing them all again.
?But I will be doing all I can to make sure it is a good day for Concord, of course.”
Cornhill joined the Darts in May 2013 from Chelmsford, where he had been since May 2011.