Jan 20 2011 By Jon Batham
KIERAN Knight hopes his stay at Wealdstone will be short - but incredibly sweet.
The former Hayes and Hampton striker arrived at Grosvenor Vale last week on a dual registration from Maidenhead United as Gordon Bartlett looked to add variety to his attacking options.
The 29-year-old has been a regular in the Magpies side but has struggled to find the back of the net.
So his perfect plan for the next four to six weeks would be to score some goals and beef up his confidence, kickstart the Stones season, and convince Magpies boss Johnson Hippolyte his future still lies at Blue Square South level.
He said: "From Maidenhead’s point of view they can’t wait around for me to start scoring goals, while Wealdstone need some goals, and on a personal level, hopefully I can take a step down, start finding the net again and get some confidence.
"So everyone wants goals and then all three parties will be happy. Then, in four to six weeks, who knows what will happen?"
Knight’s first chance to hit the goal trail will now come at home to Hendon on Saturday.
Stones boss Gordon Bartlett watched the Greens’ 4-1 win over Tooting & Mitcham on Saturday and was impressed.