Published: 00:00, 20 October 2016 |
Tony Burman believes his rebuilt Dartford squad can prove to be a force this season.
The Dartford boss says new faces have settled in well and have already become popular with the fans as they head to Bath in National League South on Saturday, looking to extend their winning run to eight matches in all competitions.
Burman said: “We had a torrid time with injuries back in August, but I felt there was a lot of potential in the people we signed.
“You watch them in training and they work very hard, they have become friends having not known each other when they came.
“The results are going for us, which always helps, and they have had a great reception from the supporters.
“Winning at Truro was great, and the FA Cup win at Chelmsford was a real plus.
“Duane-Ofori-Acheampong didn’t do a pre-season, but has now played a number of games and you can see he is benefiting from it. Alex Brown has done
exceptionally well and Luke Wanadio is one who has given us another outlet.
“They and the others are decent players who have come into the fold. I love to build a team and get them gelling together. If we do that we can become a force.”
Read the full interview in Thursday's Dartford Messenger.
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