Jas Singh says it’s time to win team trophies and is hoping a move to Tamworth can help him achieve his goals.
The former Kidderminster Harriers and AFC Telford keeper turned down offers from the National North to sign for the Lambs this week. And he says the challenge of turning around Tamworth’s fortunes after a sorry season, last time out, was key to his move.
“There’s naturally been a lot of negativity around Tamworth because of the relegation,” he said.
“The players last season started well but suffered a dip and things seemed to snowball for them. It can be hard to get out of a rut and you can think the world is against you.
“But the squad is being revamped now and we need to get the positivity back at the club, which I am sure we will do over the summer. I have heard the plans for the squad and I’m excited about it.”
“I had offers from the National North but, I have not really won any trophies as part of a collective group, and that’s what I have come here to do. I feel we can win trophies and that’s going to be the mission next season.”
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