SHAYNE Moseley is relishing his time with Frinton Cricket Club.

The West Indian has already made a big impression at Ashlyns Road.

The all-rounder, an opening left-handed batsman and right-arm fast/medium bowler, has been playing for the club’s second team in the Marshall Hatchick Two Counties Championship.

And despite some disappointing results in recent weeks, he believes the team are still capable of a top-three finish in division one.

“This is my first time in England and spending this season with Frinton is really going to help my development,” said Moseley, who scored a century in the club’s recent match against Hadleigh and has an average of 60.

“It’s a big step for me and playing in conditions that are so different to what I’m used to will only improve my game.

“I’ve been very impressed with the facilities and would say the ground is of a high standard.

“The people are very friendly here and it’s a real community club.

“Any overseas player would enjoy coming here and it doesn’t surprise me that others have spoken so highly of the club.

“I expect big things from the club as time goes on.

“On a personal note, I’ve been pleased with my form and feel I’ve settled in well, after getting used to the colder weather when I first arrived.

“Things are going well and although our recent team performances haven’t been as good, I’m confident the guys will turn it round.

“Most of the team are new to this division, having been promoted last year, and I guess it’s a question of finding our feet.

“Confidence is growing and I’m sure the boys can get some better results soon.

“This is a very high level and if we could finish in the top three or four, it would be great for the club.

“Being optimistic, we could have a really good run and possibly even push to finish in the top two or three.

“There are still a lot of points up for grabs.”