Matt Godden will get a chance to shine in his favourite position this season.
The 23-year-old did a job on the right wing for managers Steve Brown and Jamie Day last term but new boss Daryl McMahon plans to play him up front.
Godden was the Fleet’s top scorer in 2014/15, find the back of the net 12 times despite being sidelined with tendonitis for two months.
McMahon said: "Matty, who had quite a lot of injuries this year, will be like a new player and he’ll get goals.
"I like playing 4-3-3, which I’ve done in all the games I’ve managed so far and he played on the right in that.
"He can play anywhere in the front three.
"I wouldn’t pigeon-hole him in one place but if we’re playing 4-4-2, I don’t see him as a right-sided midfield player, I see him as a striker of the two."
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