Jennison Myrie-Williams has paid tribute to manager Micky Adams by claiming that his move to Vale Park last summer was “a dream.”
To finally be at a place where the manager and your team-mates believe in you puts you in a good place…
Myrie-Williams was hailed as one of League Two’s top ten players last season and the winger told the Sentinel: “When you are a younger player managers tend to chop and change you and that doesn’t do much for a young player.
“To finally be at a place where the manager and your team-mates believe in you puts you in a good place to go out on to the pitch and do your stuff.
“It’s been a dream for me ever since I came to this club. Everything has fallen into place for me and I have enjoyed my football here more than I ever have.
“I feel the fittest and sharpest I ever have.”