ALEX Wall has returned to Concord Rangers despite interest from the National League, reports Euan Rourke.

Wall was at the Aspect Arena for one season before leaving alongside manager Sammy Moore to join Hemel Hempstead.

But, after just one year away, Wall has chosen to come back and he cannot wait to get started.

“I can’t wait to get going again,” said Wall, who netted 22 goals in 37 appearances during his first spell with the club.

“I found my best form here and will be working hard to re-discover that after a stop start season last year.

“I want to get as many goals as I can, that’s why I’ve been brought back to the club.”

“With the good players already on board, I believe we should aim to finish in the play offs at least.”

Wall was a regular on the score-sheet during his previous his stint with Concord.

And all of his goals came from open play.

“I didn’t take a single penalty that season,” laughed the striker.

“I am looking to get as many goals as I can and would like to better that if I can.

“But the main aim next season is to finish as high as possible.”

Concord are still waiting to discover when the National League South season will start but Wall is excited to get underway.

“I got on well with everyone last time I was here and enjoyed my football in that season a lot,” said Wall.

“I’m really looking forward to seeing everyone again and getting back out there with them all as well.”