ADAM Millson is hoping a good season at the Jakemans Stadium can exorcise some demons.
The midfielder may have won the club’s Young Player of the Season and Player of the Season awards in consecutive years, but too much of his time with the Pilgrims has been frustrating.
Millson came to prominence in the 2008-09 season as United struggled at the foot of the UniBond Premier.
Then, as the club won promotion the following season, Millson had to watch from the sidelines after suffering two broken legs.
The injuries then put paid to his career with the club.
Or so it seemed.
But after being recruited in the summer, Millson is looking to right some wrongs.
He said: “I’m looking forward to a good future here now, the injuries are all behind me, touch wood.
“I’m looking to improve my performances and get back into the team.
“Last time I was here we were in the UniBond Premier and we avoided relegation on the last day of the season.
“This season, fingers crossed, we’ll be up there fighting for promotion.
“My target is to keep myself fit and then when I get an opportunity I’ll take it.”