Ambitious midfielder Sam Kelly believes working under King’s Lynn Town boss Ian Culverhouse will only improve him as a player.
The 25-year-old, who can play in a number of attacking roles, is eager to get started with the Linnets after arriving at the Walks from Billericay last month.
Kelly is looking forward to the challenge, and to making a name for himself under Culverhouse, who he knew from his academy days at Norwich City.
Speaking about his recent move, Kelly said: “I know the Gaffer from my time with Norwich. It seems like he’s got a great thing going here, playing a good style of football that is attracting the fans.
“He was assistant to Paul Lambert when I was coming through as a scholar and I know the standards he will have set, just from the level he’s been at.
“He will have natural respect from all of the players and I’ve still got a lot to learn too.”