ANDY MORRISON admits Town didn't see the best of him as a player.
Too many injuries and personal problems at the time (1996-98) limited his impact at the then McAlpine Stadium.
In two years and four months as a Town defender, the man known as Jock (he was born in Inverness and is proudly Scottish, despite his Plymouth accent) made just 44 appearances in blue and white.
It was only when Peter Jackson moved him on to Manchester City that Morrison got some stability back in his life and he set sights on doing what he's into now - coaching.
"I've known Andy Preece for over 10 years and, when he came down to Worcester from Carlisle, he gave me a shout and asked me to get involved," he said.
"Andy told me it was an ambitious club and it would be a good opportunity for me, especially as I'm doing the final stage of my UEFA `A' coaching badge. Openings like this are hard to come by when you've gone out of the game and you really need to be at a club to qualify, so this is great."