HOLLAND FC midfielder Keelan Sorrell believes there is huge potential at his club - despite their recent poor form.

The Thurlow Nunn League side have lost seven of their last nine first division fixtures, drawing one and winning one.

The most recent of those setbacks was Saturday’s 2-0 reverse at high-flying Whitton United, which came hot on the heels of a 5-0 defeat against Woodbridge Town last Wednesday.

Sorrell admits it has been a disappointing run - but insists the bigger picture is far more positive.

“I think our lack of fitness is a bit of an issue,” he told the Gazette.

“We find it hard to play with the same intensity for 90 minutes.

“However, our squad has changed a lot and we haven’t had a pre-season to get fit together.

“Everyone’s levels are completely different but that will come and we can all see the potential within the group.

“I like the style we’re playing, trying to get the ball down more, and we’re already looking forward to next season.

“We want to finish strongly, keep bonding and then hopefully next year will be the one.

“We don’t feel any pressure because we’re not going for promotion.

“We can enjoy our football, keep improving and then start afresh in the summer.”

Holland are at home to Diss Town on Saturday (kick-off 3pm) and then head to Leiston Reserves on Tuesday (7.45pm).