Kings Langley FC manager, Dean Barker has described it as a “no brainer” to bring in Watford legend Lloyd Doyley to The Sadiku Stadium.
The 36-year-old defender signed for the club this week and will bring in bags of experience from his time at Watford, where he played 443 times for the club.
The Kings boss said: “Lloyd came down to the ground on Tuesday and it all went really well. We were pleased with what he had to say and from my point of view, it was a no brainer.
“He will bring loads to the squad, his experience and his professionalism will do wonders for the younger boys in our team and we can wait for him to start for us. He is the biggest signing in the clubs history but he knows the deal. He is no different to anyone else in the squad, he will have to work for his place in the team but we are delighted to bring him in.
“For the club it’s a great signing and hopefully we’ll get a few Watford supporters to come down to watch us with him now being involved.”
Barker commented on the clubs good start to the season and said he was “delighted with how the players are working together.”
He added: “It is a new group and the mood in the squad is good. We are off to a great start and we are looking to keep on the same track.”
Kings are looking to continue their unbeaten run away at Banbury United this Saturday (August 24).