Nantwich Town's returning striker aiming for Evo-Stik Premier Division top spot

Crewe Guardian: Dabbers' new striker Simon Everall, right, with assistant manager Martin Stubbs Dabbers' new striker Simon Everall, right, with assistant manager Martin Stubbs

SIMON Everall says he has returned to Nantwich to help them win promotion to the Football Conference.

The front man left the Dabbers’ Evo-Stik Northern Premier League rivals Stafford to return the Weaver Stadium this week, ready to make his debut against table-toppers North Ferriby this weekend.

“I think we can finish first,” he said.

“There is no reason why we can’t; we’re a good attacking side that plays attractive football.”

Jimmy Quinn’s men kick off Saturday’s encounter placed seventh in the Premier Division table after a four-matches unbeaten run.

And it is to play for the ex-Northern Ireland international that Everall has returned to south Cheshire.

He said: “Jimmy is positive and very ambitious about where he wants to take the team and his vision for this club is a big incentive for players looking to join.”

The striker scored five times in nine starts during his spell at Marston Road, but has set his sights on a return of more than 20 before the season’s end.

“Nantwich have great midfielders so I’ll soon be scoring goals as they will provide me with chances that I will stick in the back of the net,” he vowed.

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