Deveronvale manager Steve Dolan has challenged Jody Munro to become a regular in his team after the forward signed a contract extension.
The 22-year-old has committed to the Banff side for next term and his manager believes it’s time for him to cement a regular place in the team.
Princess Royal Park boss Dolan said: “We’re pleased to get Jody signed, he’s been with us for a couple of years and has been in and out of the team at times.
“But the age he is now it’s time for him to try to kick on and cement his place in the team.
“He’s got the attributes to do it, he works hard, has a great attitude and he’s quick and strong. He’s a local boy as well so that’s all positive and he’s got the attributes to push on become a regular in the team.”
Over the last couple of seasons Dolan has tried to build a young team and he believes whenever next season starts they will continue to improve having been sitting 11th in the Highland League when football was shutdown in March.
He added: “I think there is more to come from Jody and from the team as a whole.
“We’re three years into the project really. We’ve taken guys from 18 or 19 to 21 or 22 so they’ve got more experience and it’s time to push on.
“They’ve had two or three years breaking into the Highland League and most of them have probably played over 100 games.
“That’s good and it’s time for them to use that experience and see how far they can push themselves.”