Published: 16:00, 06 July 2020
| Updated: 16:13, 06 July 2020
Tom Loynes is hoping to get back to his best with Faversham Town and has set himself some big targets.
The versatile 27-year-old wants to reach double figures in assists AND goals next season for James Collins’ side.
Loynes can play full-back, on the wing and in midfield and overcame a long-term injury to make his return under Collins towards the end of the 2019/20 season.
The experienced campaigner said: “I want to find the same form that I was in before my injury, which is now behind me, so I’m looking for double figures in assists and double figures in goals.
“I’ll be giving everything on the pitch for the team and the club.”
Collins described the injury for Loynes as possible career-ending so is delighted to have him back available.
The manager said: “We knew that it would take him time to regain his match fitness and sharpness, and that was what last season allowed him to do.”
Collins has also added former VCD Athletic and Hythe Town full-back Azz Lyoubi to the squad.
Former Chatham player Alfie Spiers has joined along with 20-year-old centre half Josh Dorling, a former junior at Maidstone United.
Centre forward Emmanuel Oluwasemo, meanwhile, has re-signed to give additional options following the arrivals of Harry Harding and Ben Francis.
Winger Michael Hagan is another to have signed for a second season while defender Toby Greenfield has been promoted from the under-23s.
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