WESTFIELDS defender Ryan Green says that the club is the perfect place to end his career and feels he has another season left in the tank.

The 39-year-old has played a pivotal part in the club's unbeaten league start to season since signing in the summer and featured during Tuesday night's 2-1 win over Bishops Cleeve.

"I'm loving my time here, all the lads and the staff, it's a great club to be at and I couldn't think of a better place to finish off my career here," said Green.

"We have got some brilliant players, lots of pace, lots of grit and everyone gives 100 per cent. It's a pleasure to play football with these lads.

When asked if Westfields can remain unbeaten for the rest of the season, Green added: "Why not.

"It's a great team with great momentum and a good squad. If we get a couple injured then we have got good players coming in.

"I'm playing Saturday, Monday, Saturday, Tuesday which is no problem as I keep myself fit.

"I've definitely got another year in me."

Green played 397 games for Hereford, under the old and phoenix clubs, during three stints.

He was also a key part of Pete Beadle's side which won three league titles in three years and a FA Vase final appearance at Wembley.

The experienced defender would like to see his former manager return to Edgar Street to take the manager position.

Green said: "I think they should get Peter Beadle in until the end of the season, give him a chance and he would get an extra 1,000 people on the gate.

"He knows the club inside out and I know he wouldn't be expensive as the budget is a bit stretched.

"He's the perfect choice."