RAPID racer Krzysztof Kasprzak admits he wants to do Poole proud in the upcoming SGB Premiership campaign.

The 32-year-old Polish star has returned for a fourth stint at Wimborne Road and cannot wait to once more represent the town he calls his second home.

Kasprzak lines up in an eclectic septet which includes experienced Danish charger Hans Andersen, rising Aussie star Jack Holder and top-flight rookie James Shanes.

And Leszno-born Kasprzak is hoping to bring the top-flight crown back to Dorset in the wake of Wolverhampton’s surprise triumph in 2016.

He told the Daily Echo: “I hope we can secure a good result come the end of the season. Poole is my second home and I would like to score some good points for the club this year.

“Every club always thinks about winning the league when it’s the winter and we are the same. I’m sure all the boys will prepare really well and when the season starts we will do our best to win the league.

“I hope me and the boys can do a good job for the town.”

Kasprzak possesses a hefty 11.07 average for the upcoming season, a beefed-up figure given to the ex-Grand Prix star under new team-building rules.

The former Coventry flier revealed he had always been keen to race in the rebranded SGB Premiership and at Poole in particular, the club with which he has won three Elite League titles.

Kasprzak added: “In recent years (signing for Poole) was a problem because my average was always too high.

“But we made the deal for the upcoming season very quickly. My contract is a little bit smaller in England but I need to race there.

“I am very happy to be back at Poole as I have had some good days there and have a lot of friends there.”

Kasprzak, who is also fixed up with Gorzow in his homeland, would like to thank sponsors Wessex Marine, County Crest Pallets and Dolphin Shopping Centre. Anyone wishing to sponsor Kasprzak should phone Gordon Day on 07720 839227.