Hungerford Town attacker Craig Fasanmade has praised the impact at the club of manager Danny Robinson.
The promotion-winning former Thatcham Town boss, who led the Kingfishers to FA Vase success in 2018, is managing for the first time this season at National League South level.
In a severely fractured season for the game in non-league, Hungerford currently sit in the final play-off place in the division, having played 19 matches.
Fasanmade, who is also in his first season at the club, said of Robinson as part of his extended interview with this site:
“The first sort of personal relationship we’ve had has been from signing for Hungerford. I had a conversation with him in the lead-up to that and I felt that we aligned in our values and different things.
“Obviously it was good for me to see what he had managed to do with Thatcham, in winning the Vase; as a footballer, you want to work with ambitious coaches. The ambition he showed matched up with mine to go and do something for the club this season, because the club deserves it and the fans deserve it, this year more than ever, I think.
“So it was a first-time meeting, but a very, very good one.”