AIDAN CHIPPENDALE is targeting regular football after signing a one-year deal with Accrington.
One of eight players released by Town at the end of last season, the 20-year-old academy graduate impressed on trial at Stanley.
“I’m hoping to really kick on from here,” said the winger (pictured right). “I want to make starts and get in the team week in, week out and keep pushing.
“When I did come on trial, I never felt like a trialist. The lads all made me feel welcome and I felt like I was part of the squad.
“As a young lad, you just want to play. Hopefully the manager (Paul Cook) will have confidence in me to do that.”
Chippendale made just one first-team appearance while at Town, and had loan spells at York an Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Cook sees real potential, explaining: “Aidan’s a player with good pedigree and a great attitude and he wants to learn.
“In the last few weeks we’ve seen he has a great left foot.”
Chippendale is the fifth of the released players to earn moves, with Danny Cadamarteri now at Carlisle, Nathan Clarke at Leyton Orient, and Tommy Miller and Gary Roberts at Swindon.
Gary Naysmith is on trial at Aberdeen while Greg Pearson and Canadian keeper Simon Thomas are still seeking new clubs.