By Jamie Mcleod
July 23 2004
Barnet New boy Richard Graham has set his sights on promotion with the Bees this season and has also set himself a personal goal of getting his goal tally into double figures.
The former Kettering town man has been very impressive in his two Bees performances so far. He was one of the few highlites of the Arsenal thrashing and had a very good display in the 2-1 win over Ipswich.
The former Northern Ireland u-21 international is settling in well at Underhill and beleives the Bees have the squad to go all the way this season. Speaking to the Barnet Times Graham said,
"I know a couple of the lads from my QPR days but the whole team have been great. I'm really looking forward to the start of the season."
"We've certainly got the team to push for promotion. My aim is to establish myself in the Conference and to get back into League football. I believe I can do that with Barnet."
The winger also added that he is aiming to get his goal tally into double figures this season despite only getting six least season with Kettering."I set myself a target of 15 last year and got six, so perhaps I shouldn't set any targets, but I'm certainly hoping for double figures this time."