MUSTAPHA Bundu says Hereford FC will always have a place in his heart and he may return to Edgar Street one day if the Bulls progress through the leagues.

The Sierra Leone winger could not play for Hereford this season due to work permit restrictions only allowing him to feature for a club no higher than step five of the English non-league pyramid.

Bundu returned to Edgar Street yesterday to see the Bulls thrash Bridgwater Town 6-0 in Southern Football League Division One South & West.

And he says he will always remember his time at the club.

"Basically, I remember everything – the games, the goals I scored, the fans, just everyone involved," said Bundu.

"It was just brilliant.

"Before I joined, someone spoke to to me and said it's a good club and it will be very good for me.

"I came here and it was like they said.

"Everyone – the players, staff, coaches – just welcomed me, so all I had to do was just play and enjoy myself and we had a successful season.

"I was playing college football before I started here, so I knew it was going to be a slow start because I was going into men's football.

"But after as few games, I started playing well, which was good.

"I think I got something like 25 goals in the end."

However, Bundu was gutted not to start in the FA Vase Final against Morpeth Town at Wembley.

"I was a little bit disappointed, but it's about the team," he said.

"It was the manager's decision to put me on the bench, but I came on and had a good time.

"I just grabbed everything and took the opportunity and enjoyed myself.

"It's Wembley, a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

"You can always tell your family and friends that you played at Wembley.

"Everyone will be like, 'whoa, that's good'".

Bundu believes Hereford have got a great chance to gain another promotion this season.

"They've got good players and have brought in players, like Tristan [Plummer], who I watched train on Thursday at Hartpury College," said Bundu.

The winger is now set to sign for Danish Superliga side AGF Aarhus following a successful trial.

"I was in Denmark for 10 days and trained with a top division club," explained Bundu.

"They said they want to sign me, but I'm back in England to sort out my work permit, so if I can sort it out here, but if I need to go back to Sierra Leone, then I can do that quickly and get it sorted."