Aldershot director Tommy Anderson has told the Sentinel that new signing Manny Oyeleke will be a “great asset” to the Valiants.
Oyeleke, who has signed a one-year deal at Vale, is one of six signings so far made by manager Neil Aspin.
He is certainly someone who we believe will be a great asset to Port Vale…
The Vale boss has also brought in keeper Scott Brown, defenders Connell Rawlinson and Leon Legge, midfielder Luke Joyce and locally-born winger Brendon Daniels.
Anderson told the newspaper: “He’s a very good ball player, he is someone who looks to dictate play, he loves to control the midfield. He is very versatile through the middle, he can be the water carrier or the attacking midfielder.
“He is certainly someone who we believe will be a great asset to Port Vale.
“It was always going to be a bonus had we kept him on any longer, but deep down we all knew he was going to move on to something bigger and better if we didn’t make the league.
“He has that chance at Port Vale and we wish him all the best – he had to take it to be fair to him.”
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Aspin is expected to continue to add to his squad. The Valiants have been linked with strikers Billy Waters, Junior Morais and Ricky Miller.