FC Halifax Town midfielder Cameron King feels there is plenty to build on after his first season at National League level, report the Halifax Courier.

King produced some promising early glimpses, but only started one of Town’s first eight games, and didn’t start his second match until October 27.

He then scored the winner against Morecambe in the FA Cup in November, but a knee injury in the next round against Wimbledon kept him out of action for more than a month.

But he got better as the second-half of the season went on, and finished the campaign with six consecutive starts, with the 23-year-old scoring twice in 35 games, 14 of which were as a substitute.

When asked if he feels he is a better player than a year ago, King said: “Yeah. This is a competitive league and it’s the highest level I’ve played at.

“Every game I learn, more so that winning is everything.

“When you play a youth level, I played at youth level for five years, you come off the pitch and think ‘I played well today’ and that’s all that matters.”

Read more: https://www.halifaxcourier.co.uk/sport/football/fc-halifax-town-there-s-plenty-more-to-come-from-me-says-midfielder-king-1-9782308

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