Michael Brown has been involved in the transfer market again and has completed the signing of David Worrall.
Worrall becomes the latest addition to the Port Vale side under manager Michael Brown, as he looks to build his own squad in League Two.
It has certainly been a busy summer at Vale Park, as the manager looks to continue the rebuild of his squad, which was left light after last season.
As the squad begins to take shape, the manager continues to bring in players to increase competition, something he is very keen in doing.
He said: “There’s always competition and I think you need that. It’s healthy and you have to be on your toes. We did a session today where we changed a few things up and a few regulars looked and maybe thought I might not be safe and I think you need to create the competition all around the football pitch and were trying to do that.
“We’ve got a long way to go and hopefully we can get this window shut and build to having a more settled side.”
David Worrall is an experience player, who has almost 350 career appearances to his name and the manager was delighted to get it over the line.
“He’s a very experienced footballer, I’ve been on this one since the summer. He’s an enthusiastic footballer and a well liked character and he was very well liked by Neil Harris.
“He was on the fringes of there squad and he wanted to get back up to the area for whatever reasons and we’re delighted to have him and hopefully for several years to come he can be at this football club.
“He’s a very high energy player as we know and his experience speaks for itself, he’s played in good Millwall side and hopefully he can use his experience and be another leader and that’s certainly what we need at this football club.”