Hinshelwood Hopes He's Cracked It As York Begin New Era

Adam Hinshelwood reckons it will be better the devil you know for York City.

It’s been a busy summer for the new Minstermen boss as he settles in after his move up from National League South side Worthing.

Tyrese Sinclair, Alex Hunt and Darragh O’Connor have all joined the ranks, with Harrison Male and Ashley Nathaniel-George added to an already strong squad as they return to pre-season.

Ollie Pearce and Joe Felix have followed him from the south coast and are two of four signings who have played for the manager in recent years.

Improvement is needed next term after a campaign that saw the club escape the drop on the final day of the season.

In an interview with the York Press, Hinshelwood says there’s no doubt in his mind that he has taken the correct direction with his business as the club look to start afresh in August.

"They’ll be keen to prove what they can do at a National League club, similarly to myself,” he said. “I’m no different and I want to prove myself as well and show what I can do at this level.

"Without being cocky and arrogant, all of us have got belief in ourselves that we can do it.

"We tried to get the age down a little bit, players 24 and under have been the bulk of players that we’ve got in.

"It’s lads that want to still progress up in the game and we want to do the same as a club, we want lads with real potential and we want to help them find that. We’ve got some real assets at the club now.”

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