Striker Dior Angus is hoping to make a big success from his loan at Barrow AFC, after a successful spell at Nuneaton Borough allowed him to arrive at Holker Street in confident mood, The Mail report.
Angus joined the Bluebirds until the end of the season from League Two side Port Vale midway through last month as manager Ian Evatt looked to increase his attacking options.
It is the second time this season that the 24-year-old has been loaned out by the Valiants, having previously impressed in National League North with Nuneaton in the first half of the campaign, scoring 14 goals.
This came despite the Nuns’ struggles, as they wallowed near the bottom of the table, and Angus is now aiming to impress at a higher level with AFC, as the season enters its final few months.
Angus said: “I managed to score some goals despite the fact that we were bottom of the table.
“The stats don’t lie, obviously, but I think the way we played in the majority of the season meant we didn’t deserve to be down there.
“I did well because we did create chances and we weren’t as bad a side as the table suggested.
“It was a good spell because the idea was for me to go there and score goals and that’s what I did and it’s time for a new challenge at Barrow.”
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