DANIEL Roberts insists he has no regrets after leaving Bracknell Town to join Windsor this season.

Roberts, 20, made 22 appearances and scored two goals for Bracknell between 2014-18, but he left the Robins in search of more regular first team football.

The striker has made an immediate impact at Stag Meadow with four goals in three matches, and he sees no reason why Windsor cannot challenge for promotion this season.

Roberts said: "I came to Windsor for playing time. Mick [Woodham] gave me the right messages and really sold it to me.

"From that I made the move and I don't regret it at all, it's definitely the right move for me.

"The move has been made easy for me because the boys around me are brilliant. They've made me feel very settled and welcome, so hopefully there's more to come from me.

"As a striker I want to score goals and I want to finish with a good amount, but I also want to help the team do well with some good performances.

"I think Windsor can be up there and challenging for the title, if not promotion. There are some strong teams in this league but I don't see why we can't, and I definitely want to be a big part of that."

Roberts was on target in the 6-1 win against Shrivenham last Tuesday and he believes the ability to open up Shrivvy is a positive sign looking forward to the rest of the season.

He explained: "We're going to need to carry on doing this especially against the teams at the other end of the table.

"We've got to look to play as well against them as those at the lower end of the table and hopefully pick up some results."

Roberts added: "We could play through Shrivenham quite easily and that showed in the final scoreline. We punished them well and ended up getting the result.

"The message at half-time was to keep on going, put your foot down on the pedal and make sure we get five, six or seven goals, which we did in the end and that's the most important thing."

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