CHRIS King is hoping to make an impact in League Two after signing a six month deal with Accrington Stanley.
Left back King, 27, felt it was an offer he could not refuse when Reds boss John Coleman offered him a deal at the FES.
He he used to winning things, having won three titles with Welsh Side The New Saints and was part of the TNS side who played in the Champions League against Liverpool.
"I was obviously keen to come," said King, who started out at Tranmere but never made it into the first team before going onto Stalybridge and Southport and he has spent the last six seasons at TNS.
"League football is where I’ve always wanted to be – in the English league.
"And I’m really looking forward to it - the high tempo and playing against better teams. It’s going to be a lot more fans than I’m used to too but you love playing in front of fans and having a good atmosphere.
"The Welsh League has improved a lot but there are only two full-time teams.
"So I thought it was time for a fresh challenge and luckily enough Accrington Stanley were interested. I’m hoping to go as high as I can and I think Accrington are looking to do the same."
King, a Tranmere Rovers fan, is the son of ex-Tranmere player Alan King and is Accrington’s second signing after they snapped up centre half Colin Murdock from Shrewsbury.
And he is determined to settle in quickly.
"I’m quite fit and I’ve got a bit of pace and I like to get forward. I don’t know many of the players. Colin (Murdock) has got a lot of experience and it’s great to be playing alongside players like that."
He is also hoping he hits a high after enjoying TNS’s Champions League clash with Liverpool - and has set his sights on beating Wolves in the Carling Cup first round.
"Playing Liverpool was a brilliant experience just after they had won the Champions League. They’re the games you want to play in and I ended up with Cisse's shirt.
"But Wolves are a big team with a big following. It's a great draw and hopefully we can go there and get a result."