Date: 9th September 2014 at 5:53pm
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Having returned to Accrington Stanley and now made his his debut again for us in the match last weekend against Tranmere Rovers, Andy Procter has said that he’s starting to feel stronger and sharper with every passing day, and he knows the more games he plays the quicker he’ll be really able to kick on for us and help us to the results we want.

Speaking to the Official Site our former skipper who rejoined as a free transfer from Bury, signing a two year deal, explained.

‘I just need to get some more games under my belt and get my match fitness where I want it to be and I would like to think I would be a big asset to the club. It has been tricky, I went from one manager in nine years who knew me inside out to having five managers in two and a half seasons.’

Procter goes on to say that at Preston and Bury he was the skipper but with managerial changes they bring a differing of opinions but he jokes that football would be a pretty boring job if every manager liked the same players, so he can only use those troubles to be a motivation and make him mentally stronger moving forward as well as being strong in his belief in his own ability, and for him that’s what he’s done.

Coming back to Accrington now, he knows he is a good player at this level, so his task is to get fit and prove it again by helping us get points on the table.