BOSS Ollie Cherrett says the professional set up at Christchurch makes it an attractive club for players to join.

A project to build a new changing room complex at MA Hart Stadium is due for completion this summer, while Christchurch are launching a development team, which will play in the Wyvern League next season.

And with kitmen Chris Frampton and Mike Legg on hand to look after the players' needs, and Cherrett bristling with ambition, it all adds up to an enticing proposition for potential new recruits.

Cherrett told the Daily Echo: "This is a professionally run club. The two kitmen, Chris and Mike, do everything for the lads. They turn up and the kits are laid out, the balls are ready, drinks are there – you look forward to going to football.

"Perhaps at other clubs, you have to go in the changing room and pick your kit out of the bag, then throw it on the floor when you are done.

"Our ambition is to win and, hopefully, dangling that carrot of the potential to win leagues and cups will be another massive pull for players.

"The development side will help massively as well. We can keep everyone match fit and, hopefully, bring the under-18 players who won last season's Hampshire League through to the first-team."