New signing Lee Vaughan has promised passion, commitment and tenacity after moving to Whaddon Road.
New signing Lee Vaughan has promised Cheltenham Town fans that they will see passion, hunger and tenacity in his game.
The 27 year-old right back signed a two year contract at the training ground on Monday before talking with us here on www.ctfc.com about his switch from Kidderminster Harriers, the Football League and what he will bring to the team.
Lee is a tough tackling defender and he told us that he will give it everything every time he pulls on the red and white of Cheltenham Town.
"Passion, hunger and a desire to win - they should be a given for all footballers," said Lee.
"The footballing ability should come after but as fans that should be the minimum you should be expecting. It's disappointing that they haven't had that before but they will now."
Vaughan is well known in the Conference Premier division for his no nonsense style of defending but he could be a surprise package for League Two when he makes his Robins bow in August.
The former AFC Telford defender admitted that he has mellowed over the years and has become a lot more controlled but he is excited for his future at Whaddon Road and he told www.ctfc.com that he was here to succeed.
"I haven't come here to find my feet in League Two," he explained.
"I have come here to kick on and achieve something. If that wasn't going to happen then I would not have come here so now it's a case of getting it started and kicking on.
"I'm going away with the family and to have a break for a couple of weeks. If I could start back now then I would but I know I have had a long season and I need my rest before kicking on."
Watch Lee's interview alongside Steve Elliott over on Robins Player right now by clicking here.