The new Kings Langley FC chairman, Danny Perman is looking forward to fulfilling his role and is focussing on running the club off the same values.
Last month it was announced that Danny would be taking over from Jeremy Wilkins who has decided to step down from his duties.
His replacement, who knows he has a big job on his hands, wants to give the club more stability whilst pushing it into the right direction.
Speaking to MyKingsNews, Danny said: “It was a great season and very sad to see Steve Conroy go because he done a great job at the club. But from now, we have to be realistic. We have to stay by the same values and it’s all about stability.
“We have had three years in the league and it’s been a fantastic journey. From the first two years, to last year’s promotion chase, it has been great for everyone at the club and we want to build on that.
“I don’t think there is a huge amount to make different, but the club is run by a small group of people and that needs to change for the better to sustain the future of the club.”
The chairman, who was a bit surprised when he was offered the role, described himself as an “easy going, driven” person who is a good listener.
Danny has been working behind the scenes at the club for 25 years and said the club has a big place in his heart.
He added: “I love it (the club). It is a great football club at all levels. That relates to the supporters, the committee members, the team and the community. Everyone buys into the culture we have down here and it is great to be a part of.”