WINGER Kyle Finn feels now is his time to make a mark in senior football, after signing for the coming season with Hereford FC.

The 21-year-old first arrived at Edgar Street in November 2018 on loan before signing permanently from Coventry City two months later.

The youngster was sent out on loan to Stourbridge and Rushall Olympic last season before being recalled and playing in four out of the last five games before lockdown.

He feels now is the time to show fans what he can do.

"I've not really got started, I feel this season is going to be good for everyone especially for myself," said Finn.

"I will be able to show myself and show the fans what I really can do. I came straight out of under-23 football playing at Coventry with a few men's games. I feel now I'm ready to kick on and show what I can do.

"I know what to expect now. I've had two years in senior football, I'm 21 now and I feel now is the time to show what I can do.

"I feel I am still young, but that's no excuse, everybody has got to be ready. You see in the Premier League now how young players are playing. So it's not really an excuse."

Finn said he is looking forward to the new daytime training routine which he says will help to make players sharper during sessions.

He was working during the daytime as a barber but says he will now focus on his football.

During the lockdown period Finn has been completing one-to-one training sessions near his Coventry home.

"It's been challenging as I've had to work on my body keeping fit, but not knowing when we're coming back," added Finn.

"It's getting things right, doing things at the right time and getting ready to kick on when we come back."