JORDAN Main has returned to his football roots and hopes to play his part in a Lossiemouth revival.
Main was last at the club when he was 17 years old and Jim Walker was manager.
Following his switch from Forres to Lossiemouth, Main, now 24, is relishing his return to Grant Park.
“Being back is really good. I was disappointed to leave Forres because I had a brilliant time there,” he said.
“I was gutted to leave Forres,” Main admitted. “Last season was fantastic, winning the league. For all the boys at Forres it was just brilliant. I wish everybody the best at Forres, but Lossiemouth is my new home.”
Main admitted with the struggle to get into the team at Forres on a consistent basis, the move offers him the chance to be playing regularly again.
“I was struggling to get into the team. I came here to get games and I am happy to be back with Lossie. The only way is up and that was a step in the right direction today.
“Dunner (Stevie Dunn) has taken in new faces as well and our fitness is improving.”
Main, who was signed by former boss Kevin Walker as part of a deal that took Ross Archibald to Mosset Park, said the increasing level of fitness was important against Clach, who move the ball well and attack quickly on the break.
“We can take a lot of positives from that game today. I feel everybody in the dressing room is positive even although it was a defeat.”
“A few results and we could get back up the table and see where we end up at the end of the season,” said Main, who has signed a deal initially until the end of the season.