Winton discover themselves the one Ayrshire facet in Convention C within the West of Scotland League as they return from a yr on the sidelines.
However boss Wilson is not too involved about lengthy away days – it is his facet’s document at Winton Park he is centered on bettering.
The North Ayrshire outfit picked up seven league wins from 9 on the highway in comparison with seven from 13 at dwelling in season 2019-20 earlier than Covid stopped soccer in its tracks.
That general kind was adequate to have Winton sitting fairly on the prime of the third tier within the Juniors earlier than lockdown kicked in.
However a factors per sport formulation was used to determine champions which noticed Winton lose out to Shettleston.
The formation of the West of Scotland League adopted and Wilson is set his facet choose up the place they left off 16 months on as they aim a spot within the Championship subsequent yr.
And he detects the identical want in his squad.
He mentioned: “The boys got here again from pre-season actually hungry and customarily in higher form than the usually do.
“I feel all of them received bored of consuming and determined to get out operating early and work on their very own health programme!
“Significantly although, everyone seems to be buzzing to be again and the boys have been sensible.
“The goal for us this yr needs to be to be up there difficult and making an attempt to get to the Championship subsequent yr.
“It is going to a be a really robust league although. There are some proper good sides in it.
“I am positive there are groups on the market taking a look at us as one in every of them however we’ve to go and do the enterprise on the park.
“House kind is one thing we wish to enhance on. It has been incredible having our supporters again at video games and we wish to give them one thing to smile about.
“Ideally, we wish to get factors on the board early and get some momentum going. We do not wish to make life troublesome for ourselves.”
Wilson has been fast to place the nucleus of a squad collectively after a yr on the sidelines.
New signings embody former Dalry Thistle striker David Mills from West Kilbride amateurs, midfielder Sean Mears who returns for a second spell on the membership and former Shettleston central midfielder Ruairidh Clark.
Re-signed gamers embody goalkeeper Blair Lochhead, defenders David Ewing, David Donald, Andy McGregor, Kyle Lochhead and Mick Lennox, midfielders Reece Lapham, Paddy Woods, Jordan Bruce, Ryan Singleton and Rory Campbell and forwards Ryan Morrow, Thomas Donovan, Callum McDade and Jamie McKenna.
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