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Invicta’s management team are confident that three-times young player of the year Jordan Wright can step up and become an established Isthmian Premier Division player this coming season.

Manager Neil Cugley said: “Jordan’s done well for us since we signed him from Lydd Town about this time three years ago, but he’s looked tired at times in games recently and that was a bit of worry.

“We’ve told him to go away and work on both his strength and his fitness and he seems to agree with what we’re saying.

“If Jordan can do that and does well in pre-season we’ll have no hesitation in offering him a contract. I can see no other reason why he cannot become a really good player at the level we’re now at.”

Wright, who will be 23 on July 15th, came to Invicta in his teens and rapidly became a big favourite with supporters at the Fullicks Stadium, scoring 15 goals in his first season.

A knee injury and subsequent operation limited his appearances in the championship-winning 2015/2016 season, but his three goals included a vital winner in the 2-1 victory at Worthing which effectively ended the Sussex outfit’s chances of the taking the title from Invicta.

The campaign just ended saw the midfielder pass 100 games for the club and take his tally to 22 goals in that time.

His popularity with the fans has seen the likeable Wright winning the Derek Knight Young Player of the Year award for each of his three seasons at the club.

Another of Folkestone’s younger players, Ashley Miller, left, is out of contract and yet to accept the new terms offered while already attracting  interest from elsewhere in the county.

“We’d like him to stay, though he realises he’d have to fight for his place again as he has done this last season.”

The talented forward who has been played as striker, in midfield and out wide at times, is still under 24 which would entitle Invicta to ask for a fee if a club comes in for him.

He too has been involved in more 100 games for Invicta though more than 40 of those have seen Miller starting on the bench.

He has scored 19 goals in two and a half seaosns since being signed from Hythe Town.

Midifielder Ronnie Dolan is expecting a decision from his specialist on the knee injury that has kept him out since January while Phil Starkey phoned the manager to report reasonable progress following shoulder surgery and has indicated that he wants to get back to playing for Folkestone as soon as he possibly can.