HARROW Borough new-boy Chris King sees no reason why the club’s FA Cup exploits should be the last hurrah this season.
The left back, who made his debut in Sunday’s excellent 3-1 win away at Kingstonian, arrived at Earlsmead following the stunning FA Cup win at Eastbourne Borough and watched the brave loss to Chesterfield.
The 30-year-old former pro with The New Saints and then Accrington Stanley, recently moved to London with his girlfriend.
And the man from the Wirral believes Borough are capable of mounting a league challenge.
He said: "Coming in from the outside I think this is a good side with some really good players.
"The league position doesn’t really tell the story with having had the cup run because everyone else has played more games than us.
"We’ve come to the team third in the league and to play like that first half shows we’ve definitely got the team to shoot up the league with the games in hand we’ve got."
King left Accrington just over a year ago, finishing last season back in Wales, playing part-time at Colwyn Bay.
He admits he misses the everyday camaraderie of full-time football and would like a last hurrah as a pro.
However, for now it’s about finishing off his computing degree and doing a job for Borough.
He added: "I do miss full-time football because you have a great craic with the lads.
"I’d love to go back to it but it’s a case of seeing how I get on."