STRIKER Roscoe Dsane was sorry to leave Accrington but is now looking forward to his new life at Torquay.
The former Aldershot hitman signed for Stanley in the summer and scored eight goals but left in a shock move to the Conference promotion-chasers last week for an undisclosed fee.
"It is a good move for me as it is a nice part of the country and I know the manager Paul Buckle and their striker Tim Sills so it was an easy decision for me at the end," said pacey Dsane.
"I didn’t expect to move but there had been a difference of opinion at Accrington and this all came together.
"I am always grateful to John Coleman and Accrington as they gave me a great opportunity to play in the league.
"And I think I did okay. Everyone has been great at the club - the players, the fans and the staff and I have enjoyed my time there."
Dsane formed a strong strike partnership with Paul Mullin and he admits he was sorry to break up his pairing with the Reds’ top scorer.
"I will really miss all the banter and I will miss Mullers as he was the first person I spoke to when I came here and he is a great guy.
"I think we linked up well and I appreciate the chance of playing along side him.
"But in the end me and the club agreed to disagree and it was time to move on."
Dsane scored his first Stanley goal in the Johnstone Paints Trophy defeat against Oldham and he says that was his best moment at the club.
"I really enjoyed the one against Oldham. That was my first goal while playing in the league, my first at the club and I was really excited.
"I enjoyed the Bradford game after where I scored two goals as well."
But now his full concentration is scoring the goals to take the Gulls back into the Football League although first up is his old club AFC Wimbledon in the third round of the FA Trophy tomorrow.
It was his goalscoring exploits at the Ryman Premier League side which brought him back to Coleman’s attention in the summer after a bad injury with the Shots.
"It is a bit ironic that I will be going back to AFC Wimbledon," said Dsane.
"But I play for Torquay now so I have just got to get on with it although I will tone down the celebrations if I score. It is, though, a good chance to play at Wembley.
"But the main aim is to get Torquay back into the League. I know what it is all about now and there isn’t a lot between the Conference and the league.
"I don’t have any regrets."