CHRIS Arthur insists he's got unfinished business in the Football League and vowed to grab his chance at AFC Wimbledon with both hands.
Dons boss Neal Ardley plucked the explosive winger from non-league outfit Havant and Waterlooville in the summer after stints at QPR and Northampton Town.
And the 23-year-old says he's keen to hit the ground running at Kingsmeadow following his spell out of the full-time game.
He said: “It's always been my ambition to try and play at the highest level I can, so to get another chance in the Football League is great. I have the opportunity to showcase myself here.
“I don't feel I've shown what I can do at this level. I definitely feel like I've got unfinished business and plan to grab this second chance with both hands.”
North Londoner Arthur came through the ranks at QPR before leaving Loftus Road without making a first-team appearance.
The wide man featured eight times for Northampton Town before dropping down into non-league with Havant.
He added: “I made my league debut under Gary Johnson at Northampton. I was going into it a bit blind but I know what to expect now.
“Being a part-time last year, I'm just getting back in the groove of training every day.
“I know what to expect from my time at QPR and Northampton, and even last season I was going to the gym to keep myself ticking over.
“I want to hit the ground running and express myself and hopefully we'll have a good season.”
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