Striker Jordan Chiedozie believes firing Poole Town to promotion can help him to realise his own dream – a return to the professional game.
The 19-year-old frontrunner, formerly on loan with the Dolphins, was released by AFC Bournemouth on Friday before immediately signing non-contract terms with the Calor League Southern Premier Division outfit.
But despite his disappointment, Chiedozie reckons showcasing his talent at Tatnam can provide the platform for a successful summer hunting for a deal in the Football League.
On his Cherries departure, Chiedozie told the Bournemouth Echo: “I was told I wasn’t in the club’s plans and to be honest it was better it happened now rather than the end of the season because it gave me the opportunity to play for Poole.
“I get on well with Poole manager Tom Killick and with the amount of games I can get in I know it is a good place to show what I can do.
“My main aim at the moment is to try and help get Poole promoted, after that I will see what’s out there. I believe I can get a club in the Football League.”