Accrington Stanley's new striker Colby Bishop admits he's ready and is looking forward to the new season.
The 22-year-old, who joined the club from Leamington, grabbed his first goal for the club in the 1-1 draw with Preston North End and he thinks that the way we played shows what the current squad has to offer.
"I think it went well, it was obviously a tough test, they were a very good team and they moved the ball well.
"We handled it really well, and in the second half I thought that we did extremely well.
"They're a Championship side, but I thought we did very well, we kept our shape and I think going forward it looks very positive."
Full-back Callum Johnson provided the assist for Bishop's goal on Tuesday night, and the striker acknowledged that the club has a lot of talented wide players.
"I'm looking forward to the season because I can tell already that we've got some very good players out wide and they can put a good ball in."
John Coleman's side take on Morecambe in their final pre-season friendly on Saturday, and Bishop knows that it'll be a tough game and that they'll have to work really hard.
"I think it'll be a different type of game to the other night, but I think it'll still be a tough encounter, we'll have to work really hard and hopefully we'll get the result."
Stanley's final pre-season friendly will now be played at Lancashire FA on Saturday 27th July, 3pm kick-off.
Information regarding tickets for this fixture can be found here.