Defender Kieran Kennedy admits that he is enjoying his spell as a Macclesfield Town player and hopes he can repay all the support that has been shown to him.
The former England Under-19 international was one of a number of new signings made by John Askey in the summer and has had a big part to play in the early weeks of the season.
The 23-year-old told mtfc.co.uk that he has been made to feel welcome at his new club.
He said: “It’s been really good so far. The fans have been really welcoming and the lads have been brilliant with me so I couldn’t have asked for much more!
“I owe a big thanks to the crowd who have made me feel welcome and I, along with the rest of the squad, hope to repay all that support with some positive performances on the pitch. The experience so far has been brilliant.”
Kennedy and his teammates head into Friday night’s fixture against Dover with an unbeaten home record and he believes keeping a good home record will be important as the season progresses.
“It’s important we remain unbeaten at home on Friday and beyond,” he said.
“A good home run is a platform for a good season and hopefully we can make the Moss Rose a fortress as the season progresses."
By Steven Dale