DERREN MARTIN reckons an influx of local talent can propel Frimley Green to their highest-ever finish.
Martin has been one of the busiest managers in the transfer market this summer and admits he would be disappointed if the Recreation Ground side did not achieve a top-six finish.
“I’m very pleased with what we’ve done over the summer,” Martin said. “We started early and have had a core of around 30 players train with us every session since mid-June.
“We lost a lot of points at the back end of last season with injuries and the fixture schedule, but if we can learn from that then top six is not out of our reach.”
Martin has added a whole host of new names to his squad, including Camberley Town captain Dale Webb, Badshot Lea defender Cameron Blackie and Eversley trio Paul Andrews, Brad Cann and Darryl Bloxham, as well as number of Academy players from Farnborough and Basingstoke Town.
He is also hoping to clinch the signing of ex-Aldershot Town goalkeeper Luke Williams if nothing comes of his trial with Hereford United.