Carlsberg South West Peninsula League
Published 1st June 2012
.....it will be easier to build his squad this summer after finishing fourth in the table last term.
The Lord's Meadow chief said he found it a struggle at times last year to persuade players to join the club.
But after an impressive end to the 2011/12 season saw them finish in the top four, Patmore is hoping they will be a more attractive option this time around.
The former Yeovil Town and England semi-professional international striker, who gets his players back together for pre-season training in the first week of July, said he had already been contacted by players at other clubs about joining Kirton in time for the next campaign.
And Patmore is hoping he can guide the club to promotion next season, as he feels they should be playing at a better standard than they currently are.
Patmore said: "I worked hard last year getting players to the club - it was quite difficult just to get them here.
"We finished fourth and we should be able to keep the nucleus of the side together and I have had players come to me asking to join.
"Success breeds success and it should be easier to bring players in this year.
"This club should be higher than it is and I've got to try to make that happen."