Jan Yeomans says he has no fears about making the step up to the National League North.
The Pilgrims full back made the move from Radcliffe Olympic after impressing on trial with the club, a climb of five divisions.
But after swapping the East Midlands Counties League for a division which includes the likes of Stockport County and Kidderminster Harriers, the 21-year-old says he isn’t feeling nervous.
“It doesn’t scare me, it’s exciting as much any anything,” he said.
“I just see it as football.
“I want to play football and do my job. As long as I do my job well I don’t have to be nervous.”
Yeomans made his debut in the 3-1 victory over Chorley, getting on the scoresheet,
And after starting the two games since then, he is aiming to become a United regular, and maybe chip in with a few more goals.
“I feel happy there and hopefully I can keep my shirt now and step on,” he added.
“I’ve been working on getting forward. Let’s see what happens.”