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Wilson: I jumped at the chance to join Whites
DEFENDER Glenn Wilson revealed he “jumped” at the chance to sign for Salisbury City to boost their promotion chances and rejoin former teammate Chris Giles, writes Joel Holt.
The 26-year-old signed on a season long-loan from Conference Premier Gateshead two weeks ago.
He said: “I wasn’t playing much at Gateshead and just wanted some match time. “So I spoke to Chris, who I played with at Crawley, before I talked to the boss, to see if I could get some games.
"And when the opportunity arose, I jumped at it. “I’ve come here to win the league. Darrell Clarke and Mikey Harris have made it clear that’s what they want to achieve as well and whatever help I can give is a bonus. “We’ve got to win our remaining games and it’s in our hands now.”
The experienced defender has already played at a high level, including spells at Crystal Palace, AFC Wimbledon, Rushden & Diamonds, Kidderminster Harriers, Crawley Town, Fleetwood Town and Woking.
Making his debut at right-back during Saturday’s defeat at Dorchester, Wilson fitted straight in to the side.
He said: “I was very pleased to make my Salisbury debut. It’s been a little while since I last played, so I was a little bit rusty, but I’m just glad to be on board. I like to think I can play anywhere the boss wants me to. I’ll take each game as it comes and hopefully if the club win promotion they will keep me on.”
Clarke said: “Wilson is somebody I’ve had my eye on for a while. He’s a great character and he’s got plenty of experience.”