The Evo-Stik League Southern
Published 4th July 2012
....season should be to achieve a play-off place.
The Greenbacks have only just won promotion to Premier Division, but after signing five proven players this summer Kolodynski is expecting big things again.
He said: “With the players we’ve got I think play-offs have to be the minimum expectation. The team has won promotion with good players and good players have been signed.
“I know the club doesn’t get that many fans, but hopefully we can add to that this season.
“Manager Steve Farmer has sold the club really well to the new players. He’s building a professional club.
“There’s new changing rooms and good players here so everything is moving in the right direction.”
The 23-year-old admits he is still in demand, despite signing for Bedworth from Leamington. However, he has pledged his immediate future to the Greenbacks.
“There are still a few clubs wanting to sign me. There’s interest from the league above but I’ve given Steve my word I’ll be here all season. I’m a loyal player.
“The only way I would go is if a club from a higher league came in and Steve said it was okay for me move on.
“He’s said he wants players to develop and improve themselves,” he said.
Kolodynski was a prolific scorer for Rugby Town and Cambridge City before a move to Blue Square Bet North side Hinckley United did not work out.
He feels he can still prove himself in the league above and admits he is hungry to climb the ladder in the future.
“You’ve got to prove yourself every season and you want to play at the highest level. I’ve scored goals the last four years.
“I don’t feel I’ve achieved my potential in the game. At the same time I don’t think I’ve been given the chances I should,” he said.