RETURNING striker Dan Polan says he is delighted to be back at Westfields.

Polan scored 12 goals in 17 games last season, but personal circumstances saw him leave allpay.park.

But he is now back with Sean Edwards' boys and is confident the team can push on and achieve their aim of getting promoted from the Midland Football League.

"I recently changed my job and also my living arrangements had changed, but now I'm back in Worcester it's easier for me to get here," explained Polan.

"I'm trying to get fit and play as many games as I can.

"Hopefully this year I can try and get to the 20 mark and get a few assists as well.

"But it comes with games and I think the longer than I here, the more opportunities I will have.

"Richard [Greaves] is still here and I know Sid [Grant] is going to try and come back in January.

"There's been a few new additions as well, so it keeps the team hungry and fighting for opportunities, which is good."

Westfields bowed out of the FA Cup last weekend following a late defeat against Leamington.

But with two promotion places up for grabs this season, Polan says now is the time to try and go up.

"The league is the main thing and we've been trying to win it for the last few years," he said.

"Hopefully, we can now get over the line and kick on from there.

"There's some big teams definitely throwing some money about, but we've just got to focus on own game .

"I know the FA Cup is great, but it kind of messed up our season a little bit last year because we were so focused on that.

"And after we got knocked out of that,w e weren't quite the same afterwards.

"Hopefully now we can get past this and kick on and finish in the top two."