New permanent signing Andy Williams has said that he expects his primary role at Yeovil Town to be as a striker, rather than as a winger. The 23 year old was used in both positions at the Memorial Stadium leading to the obvious question of which role is most likely to be used in whilst playing for the Glovers.
With Scott Murray and Aidan Downes having departed the club as right-wingers, and Andre McCollin off the club's books as a striker, there are vacancies in the first team squad in both areas, but Williams has told BBC Somerset that he expects to be used more as a front line striker:
"They (Yeovil Town) play a few different formations. But I've been given an indication that it's going to be more of an attacking role and probably less of a winger. Obviously I did a job every now and again whilst I was at (Bristol) Rovers to play wide and so I'm sure that I'll be in (Terry) Skiverton's mind that if need be that I can do a job for the team out wide. But my best position is down the middle, so hopefully I'll get more opportunities down there."
Williams scored eight goals in 88 league appearances across his three seasons at the Memorial Stadium with three of them coming in last season's campaign that saw him make 45 appearances across all competitions.
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