Alfie Pavey knows he won’t be short of options this summer after a successful season with Dartford.
Pavey scored 26 goals in all competitions and was voted National League South player-of-the-year. But he missed out on promotion after the Darts lost 1-0 at home to Braintree in the play-off semi-finals.
Released by Millwall last summer, Pavey’s worked hard to enhance his reputation and is now a man in demand. There’s interest from clubs in the National League and above.
Pavey said: “This time last year, I was panicking and worrying, ‘am I going to get a club, where do I go next, I need it to be the right move.’
“Obviously I ended up picking the wrong move, which was Welling, but I got brought back here and showed what I can do. Now the ball’s in my court and I can relax because, without being big-headed, I know I’m going to get a club.
“No-one’s got in touch with me. I let my agent deal with that side of things. I’ll need to sit down with the manager and see what he wants me to do because I don’t know who’s going to be here next year as it is.”
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