RADCLIFFE FC’s new captain Kingsley Williams believes the club are on the right track despite their lowly league position.

The central midfielder, who joined the Neuven Stadium side four weeks ago, admits there is plenty of room for improvement, but is confident they are heading in the right direction.

The arrival of wide player Jake Williams from Buxton ahead of Saturday’s heavy home defeat to Glossop North End took the number of signings made by manager Jon Macken to seven in the last four weeks.

Radcliffe, who visit Colwyn Bay this weekend, got off to a terrible start against Glossop, conceding four goals in the opening 21 minutes and by that time the game was gone despite Radcliffe playing much better than the 6-0 final scoreline suggests.

The defeat saw Radcliffe drop to second bottom of Evo-Stik North but Williams believes they will show they are better than their position indicates as they begin to reveal their true potential.

“We know we are in a difficult position at the moment but we are working hard on the training ground to improve things,” he said. “No way was that a 6-0 defeat, conceding those goals so early gave us no chance really.

“But we’re better than that. We know we are in a transition and there is a little bit of naivety with a lot of young lads in the side.

“But there’s great ability in the side, you see that in training, and we have to keep working to put it together on the pitch and learn how to manage games.

“We’re trying to identify what’s wrong and put it right. We haven’t started off on the front foot in games and we have to put that right.”