Accrington Stanley Midfielder George Miller is keen to prove his credentials after dropping down a division following his release by his home-town club Preston.
The 20-year-old signed a one-year contract with Stanley this summer after his release at North End. While at Deepdale, Miller made just two senior starts for North End.
“I think I’ve got something to prove to myself, more than anything,” he told BBC Radio Lancashire.
“I had a little taste of first-team football last year and I want more.”
Miller is one of over 20 players to have left Preston since Graham Westley took charge of the Club in January.
“We all had individual meetings and there was no looking back,” he said. “I had a couple of days to get over it and then I was excited for a new challenge.”
“I couldn’t have given any more. He (Westley) is getting his own players there now and he’s creating a team. Good luck to Preston, I hope they do well this year.”