Ryan Hindley thinks he knows what it takes to make Worksop Town a force in Non-League football again.
The club’s new manager arrives from Hallam and the popular former Tiger has a three year plan to get Town up and running.
He spoke passionately about the opportunity to take the team at Sandy Lane and he says he is “emotional” about returning.
“I didn’t want to turn down the chance to be the manager of this great club,” he said.
“It’s the biggest in the area and the chance may only come up once. If I didn’t say yes, I may live to regret that and I didn’t want to.
“I couldn’t say no when the opportunity came up.
“This is a massive club and it’s a great job. Everyone knows Worksop and the chance to be the person to lead them was too big.
“It’s my job to try and drive the club forward,” he said.
“The club of our size needs a top six finish. There is a three year plan in place. My uncle used to be the chairman of the club so there is already a great link.
“It’s a dream job for me in a lot of ways. But now the hard work starts. I’m excited.”