Reece McNally says promotion from the Evo-Stik North is the ambition for Prescot Cables.
Cables currently find themselves in 6th place with 26 points from their opening 16 games.
“I am really enjoying it, I feel I am at the right club to progress, they are a good Non-League club, it’s a big club at this level and the aims are there to go further,” McNally said.
“We have a good squad, we are doing really well, the aim is to stay in the area we are in, promotion is something I strive for.
“I believe promotion is realistic for us, a couple of wins and we are flying up the table, play-offs should be the aim and then in the one off games, I think we have enough to go up.”
McNally who was part of the Wigan Athletic youth set-up said he learned plenty and is using that to full affect with Cables.
“It was enjoyable and a good experience, it didn’t help that I got injured, the path to the first team became harder to get into, but you learn a lot at a club like that, the coaches you are trained by, there were a lot of people who helped and did a good job.”