Browne looks to the future

PUBLISHED: 11:07 15 February 2008 | UPDATED: 21:14 26 October 2009

Chairman Peter Waller and manager Steve Browne

Chairman Peter Waller and manager Steve Browne

POTTERS Bar Town will become a force to be reckoned with next season, according to boss Steve Browne. In his first term at the club, Browne has had to establish a whole first team squad from scratch, but it is taking time for his side to settle. There is

Carl Wilson-Denis

POTTERS Bar Town will become a force to be reckoned with next season, according to boss Steve Browne.

In his first term at the club, Browne has had to establish a whole first team squad from scratch, but it is taking time for his side to settle.

There is not a single player left at Parkfield from last season.

Former manager Andy Leese quit Town for Chesham United at the end of the last season, taking many of his players with him, while others also found new teams.

Browne said: "It's a building process at the moment. We have a nucleus of a good side and are looking at other players.

"There is no doubt we will be a strong unit next season."

The manager ideally only wants to bring in faces who will stick around.

"A loan deal would not suit me," he said. "You do not know if those players will work out for you. I want permanent players."

One player Browne did capture on a loan deal was striker Carl Wilson-Denis from Maidenhead United.

The forward hit the back of the net regularly for the Scholars in his spell but has since returned to Berkshire.

"Carl came in and made a difference but he has gone back to his club, although he is not getting a game there," said Browne.

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