Scott Robinson is targeting silverware after taking over from Nikcy Noble at NFC Kesh.

Noble stepped down at the end of the season and the club have moved fast to fill the void with the appointment of Robinson.

Robinson, a former Ballinamallard Reserves and Fivemiletown United manager, is relishing the challenge that lies ahead as he looks to get Kesh among the contenders in the Fermanagh and Western.

“I’m looking forward to it,” said Robinson. “I can’t believe that Kesh have not yet won a league title and hopefully we can go on and challenge for silverware. Certainly, I would like to be contending for honours next season.”

As a frequent attender of Fermanagh and Western matches, the new Kesh boss believes that standards have been rising recently and acknowledges that there are a number of quality sides in the league.

“I think that standards are on the up in the Fermanagh and Western and teams are also looking to play the right way. You have Rangers who I suppose have set the benchmark over the last couple of years and Tummery have been very impressive this year. There is also Strathroy who still have quality and if Enniskillen Town have everybody available they are a strong side too,” he said. Current Fermanagh Super Cup Premier manager Robinson also knows that he is taking charge of a good squad.

“There is a good squad there so they should be challenging. They were unlucky in the league last year while they got to the cup final this year and hopefully we can push on,” he said. “I will be looking to bring a few new faces into freshen and add to the squad and I’ve already agreed with Ballinamallard for Josh Brownlee to come in to help strengthen the squad,” he added.