Dutch born Ghanaian striker Manny Duku has praised the level of the English national league.
The experienced forward insists the level is quality though is a lower tier and he loves the standard.
“The league down here is non-league but very professional at the same time. The standard is quite high and you see a lot of players get moves even up to the Scottish Premiership..” He emphasized
“There are lots of experienced players who have come down to this level along with young, talented players, who are looking to get a move up the leagues.
“At our home games, we can get 5000-7000 fans. Against Wrexham recently we had a crowd of more than 7000, and there are big clubs in this league. Wrexham, Notts County and Chesterfield are examples of that. It’s a very good league and a lot of teams are very well supported.”
Duku, 30, has betted thrice in 15 league games so far this season for York City.