Hotte Delighted With Squad

After the win against AFC Telford United, Bradford (Park Avenue) captain Nathan Hotte was happy with their second victory in The Skrill North.

The midfielder made his third appearance of the season at the Horsfall Stadium, and Hotte is hoping the Avenue can maintain their form:

“It was a good win. I think we need to win games like that if we want to be up there.”

Meanwhile, with players such as Martin Drury, Adam Clayton, Jordan Deacey and Scott Maxfield unavailable for selection, the captain is happy to be part of the 2013 Bradford (Park Avenue) squad:

At the end of last season we had to play with 12 men, so it’s good to have competition for places and it keeps everyone on their toes.”

On Tuesday, the Avenue visit Guiseley AFC and Hotte is hoping for a better result than last year:

“We didn’t get the result we deserved at their place. I will take any kind of win this time!”