WALSHAM-LE-WILLOWS manager Paul Smith has paid tribute to the part played by his assistant John Taylor this season.

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The village club currently sit fourth in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division table and are on course for their best-ever finish.

Smith praised assistant Taylor, the ex-Cambridge United player and manager who linked up with former Sudbury Town team mate Smith last season, for his role in the team’s success.

“John Taylor has been a big help to me this season. I have learned a lot from him since he joined us last season.

“Last season was a learning curve for him because he had been out of the game for a while.

“But now he has got to grips with it again his football knowledge has been a great help to me.”

Walsham entertain CRC at Summer Road on Saturday looking to record a sixth successive league win.

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