After putting pen to paper on a two year deal, Michael Clark was delighted to have secured a move back to Huntly.

“It’s good to be back, I took a break from football for a while then played amateur football with Insch and that got my hunger back and it was then I realised I wanted to go back and give the Highland League a go again. I came in to help the team out at the end of last season away to Strathspey and as my local team I didn’t want to see them stuck for players and I’m pleased to link up with a good bunch of players.”

Having returned to train with the side over the close season the 20 year old defender is keen to impress his Manager as he gets set for a second spell at the club.

“I think I had to prove myself fit again and whether or not I get the chance to play is up to Gregg (Carrol) but I’ll give it a go and hopefully get myself a few starts. I was away on holiday so I’d missed out the last week or so. We lost 5-1 at Turriff but with not playing it’s hard for me to judge the performance. The club conceded over 100 goals last season and ideally you want to get the goals against total to at least half that amount.”

Looking ahead to a potential return against Cove Rangers this Saturday, Michael is taking nothing for granted having as he gets for his fifth season in the Highland League having debuted as a 16 year old schoolboy back in July 2011.

“No team gives you an easy game in the Highland League but we’ve seen in the last few years clubs likes Fort William and Strathspey have given us tough games while Turriff were good on Saturday and I don’t think that was them at their best and at the same time it wasn’t Huntly at their best.”

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