Out-of-contract attacker Alex Kempster expects York City to be a force in National League North next season and wants to be a part of that revival, York Press report.
City are currently on course for their second successive mid-table finish at sixth-tier level, but Kempster reckons January’s appointment of Steve Watson as manager and next term’s scheduled move to the new Community Stadium will combine to herald better times.
The 23-year-old forward’s current Minstermen terms will expire at the end of this month, but Kemspter is hoping to illustrate his 2019/20 worth to Watson during the final nine days of this campaign.
“Hopefully, I can show what I can do during the last three games of the season, because I want to finish strongly and, then, see what the future holds,” he declared.
“I’m not thinking too much about that, because I want be focussed on the rest of this season, but it’s always in the back of your mind and I want to be at this club, because I can see what could happen here moving into the new stadium. I really feel we can do well next season and I want to be a part of that.”
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