JAMIE Edge admits his form for Hereford was 'up and down' last season and there's big room for improvement.

The central midfielder was retained by Bulls manager Pete Beadle and has experience of playing in the Southern Premier League.

"I set myself big expectations and good goal, so personally I'm looking forward to the season," said Edge.

"I'm excited to be part of it and concentrating on having a good season.

"I had good spells in the team, then was in and out for a number of games.

"My form was up and down, but I still played about 30 games in a team that only lost once all season.

"I thought I did well, but there's a massive room for improvement, but everyone wants to get better for this season.

"This is the club to be at and I was very happy to have the offer that was presented to me.

"I'm 23 but have seen a lot.

"I'm one of the relatively most experienced lads in the group, even though being one of the youngest."

Edge played in the Southern Premier League with Cirencester Town and says that, even though it's a tough league, Hereford should be eyeing promotion.

"I know Slough are a good team that gets good attendances and Merthyr are always a good team, but with the squad we've got and with the lads we've brought, we should be more than capable of winning it," said Edge.

"The fan base is phenomenal and the skies the limit for the club."