Manager Paul Wotton has spoken of his excitement at what Truro City can achieve, after committing his future to the club.

The Plymouth Argyle legend took over in 2019 but has seen the chance of on-field progression in terms of league standing stunted by the pandemic.

He is, however, extremely optimistic at what the future may hold, telling the club’s website:

“It’s really important to have the support of Dickie Evans the owner, Alex Black, who has been fantastic with me, as well as Jack Richards and Rebecca Thomas. The possibilities for Truro City are endless.

“There are good people at the club and the new ground being built is crazy exciting, and it is happening! We’ve got aspirations, I know where I want to be with the club.

“It’s one season at a time. First and foremost, let’s just get back playing, and one thing that I promised on the first day I arrived is whatever Truro City team I put out will keep going right until the final whistle.

“We’ve done that so far and will continue to do so.”

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