Scarborough Athletic's chairman can't wait for the start of their season at the club's highest-ever level.
On the eve of Scarborough Athletic's National North bow, chairman Trevor Bull has told of his excitement.
The old Scarborough FC club folded whilst in the division in 2007 with the new Scarborough Athletic club formed five days later.
Since having to start from step 6 of non-League football, four promotions have brought the Seadogs to step 2- just two divisions from the Football League.
Trevor is full of pride for the hard work that has dragged the club back to it's predecessor's level:
He's also under no illusions as to the size of the challenge ahead:
After 15 years and four promotions, Trevor has this message for Boro supporters hours before the big day:
The Seadogs' chairman feels the town is firmly behind the club and paid tribute to those who've helped along the way and continue to assist:
Supporter Stuart Welsh donated £1,000 towards Boro's stay in Brackley tonight, ahead of Saturday's opening day clash.
The trip to Northamptonshire is one of the club's longest of the season at nearly 200 miles.
You can hear commentary on Brackley v Scarborough Athletic on This is The Coast Extra with GT Garages.