Sonny Carey, one of King's Lynn Town's three summer captures so far, has spoken of his excitement to get out onto the pitch in front of the Linnets’ supporters after making a permanent move to the Walks from Wroxham.
The former Norwich City academy product is eager to get started with a club whose rise over the last couple of years was impossible to go unnoticed.
Carey, 18, said: "Now they've been promoted, there will be a lot of eyes on the club, so I'm looking forward to show what I've got.
"I think I will bring good energy to the team with me being a young and fit lad."
On his move from Wroxham, Carey said: "I knew Ryan as he's my coach at college.
"He had a word with Ian (Culverhouse) and towards the back end of the season, I was coming over and training with the boys once a week on the Thursday.
"Training was a lot quicker and the intensity was also higher and I had less time on the ball, but I really enjoyed stepping it up with better players.
"They obviously liked what I saw and now I'm here. I loved it at Wroxham last season and Jordan (Southgate) showed great faith in me by giving me my chance in the first team at 17, but now I want to improve myself even more."