NEW man Brandon Comley hopes his and Wanderers’ upward trajectory can go hand-in-hand.

Having had brief Premier League experience with Queens Park Rangers, the midfielder is keen play at the highest level possible after impressing for Colchester in League Two.

Most of his senior experience has come in the fourth tier but he arrives at the UniBol with Ian Evatt tasked with getting the Whites heading back in the right direction after back-to-back relegations.

While no-one arriving at Wanderers this summer is under any illusions about what the plan is, having also spent time on loan with Carlisle and Grimsby, Comley knows it will be easier said than done.

“It (to climb back up the leagues) has been my ambition since I saw what it was like in the Premier League,” said the 24-year-old, who made one top flight appearance for QPR on the final day of the 2014-15 campaign.

“The football, the standard, everything that goes along with it and the benefits you can get with that.

“I’ve been playing in League Two for a little while and I will never turn my nose up at the league, it’s a really competitive league.

“You can go out and you might be at the top of the league but someone from the bottom of the league can surprise you.

“For me I do have aspirations of moving on, pushing up and getting into the higher leagues.

“Hopefully it can happen for me and hopefully I can do it with this club.

“The club’s got a great blueprint at the moment to do that.

“It’s not an easy thing to do though, there’s always someone who will try and knock you off your pedestal.”

All eyes will be on the Whites in League Two, and Comley knows success will need to come sooner rather than later, the Montserrat international having joined Eoin Doyle, Antoni Sarcevic and George Taft as new faces under Evatt.

“It’s about getting the club back to where it should be,” he said.

“It’s definitely a time where things need to turn around.

“You never know what’s going to happen but hopefully with the efforts and the way that the club is trying to go, it will happen this season.”

His Premier League experience, coming on in a 5-1 defeat to Leicester as QPR were relegated, is something that sticks in the mind and is a real driver for the Islington-born midfielder.

“Towards the end of my first year as a pro there were a few of us who got in and around it,” he said.

“It was a good thing, you were all going through the same thing and the older pros were good to us.

“When you’re a young boy you see it on TV and it’s something you want to do your whole life.

“Just to have the experience of being in and around the squad, being around these players that you’ve watched on TV, it’s an amazing feeling.

“Even playing 15 minutes in that league was a surreal feeling. It was unbelievable.”