Zak Kotwica believes his versatility will see him play a vital role in Swindon Supermarine’s promotion charge next season.
The forward who joins Supermarine after leaving Gloucester City also admitted he signed for the club because he believes they can push for automatic promotion.
It also sees the former Cheltenham Town prospect reunited with his pal Harry Williams, an attacking partnership he is looking forward to reigniting.
Speaking to Your Sport’s Nick Taylor, Kotwica said: “I played against Swindon for Salisbury and they looked a decent club so I came here.
“I can play anywhere across the front two or three, wide left and wide right, as long as I do what I can do then hopefully I’ll be playing.
“I didn’t want to come to a club that’s fighting relegation, if we can get automatic (promotion) then that would be fantastic but if it’s the play-offs and we have a good season then that’s good enough.”
Click on the video below to watch the full interview with Kotwica.