Ex-West Ham man Dominic Vose sets sights high at Wrexham

Former West Ham youngster Dominic Vose has set his sights on getting back into the Football League after joining Wrexham.

Vose has joined Wrexham on a one-year deal after impressing for Welling United in the Conference this season.

The 21-year-old scored five goals in 16 appearances for Welling, including one in their 2-1 win over Wrexham in April.

Vose began his professional career at West Ham United and he was highly-rated at Upton Park, having made his debut for the club's reserves as a 16-year-old.

The attacking midfielder was released by the Hammers in 2012 and he had spells at Barnet and Colchester United before he joined Welling in January.

Vose has revealed he rejected offers from Stevenage and Aldershot to make the move to Wrexham as he feels the Welsh clubs offers him the best opportunity to continue his development and get his career back on track.

"I'm keen to get started and feel Wrexham is a side that I can grow with as the club like me want to get back to the Football League," Vose told HITC Sport.

"I had offers from different clubs before I decided to join Wrexham and I am confident I have made the right choice.

"I am determined to get back to the highest level I possibly can and I believe I can fulfil my potential at Wrexham."

Wrexham boss Gary Mills is delighted to have brought Vose on board, alongside fellow new boy Adriano Moke, with his side having been monitoring their respective situations for some time – as reported by the BBC.

The challenge for all concerned now will be to push on towards the Football League in 2015/16, with a mid-table finish this term seeing them end the campaign 13 points adrift of the play-off places.

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