DANNY GREEN’S experience will be invaluable as Wealdstone adjust to life at a higher level.

The 30-year-old midfielder has been at The Grosvenor Vale Stadium since the the summer of 2016 when he arrived from Margate.

Green has become a big fans’ favourite and played an integral role as the Stones clinched the National League South title last season to take their place in the fifth tier for the first time since 1988

A regular on the scoresheet, Green has started Wealdstone’s opening three National League games and will again be in the side against Wrexham tomorrow.

Green started his career with Harlow Town in 2006 and he played for Cheshunt, Bishop’s Stortford, St Albans City and Billericay Town, where he made his name, before signing for Dagenham & Redbridge on a three-year contract in May 2010.

Loan spells with Braintree Town, Chelmsford City, Boreham Wood and Dover Athletic followed before Green was released from his contract with Dagenham in October 2012 after scoring once in 14 league outings.

He played for AFC Sudbury, Bishop’s Stortford, Thurrock, Maidenhead United and Margate before moving to Wealdstone ahead of the 2016/7 season.

On joining the Stones, Green said: “I’ve always had a lot of time for the club from afar. The following they get at this level is unbelievable. That was a pivotal factor in me signing for the club.”