CHESTER CITY have wasted no time in setting their sights higher after booking their return to the Football League.
Four years of waiting finally ended when they clinched the Nationwide Conference championship with a 1-0 win over Scarborough at the Deva Stadium on Saturday.
Now chairman Steven Vaughan believes Mark Wright's side can go on and match the achievement of Doncaster Rovers, who have won promotion from the third division just 12 months after making the step up.
"We intend to go on and win more titles," declared Vaughan as the Chester fans celebrated long into the night. "There is no reason why we can't emulate the successes that Doncaster Rovers have achieved this season.
"When the dust has settled, I will sit down with my manager and we will plan for the future and strengthen the squad where we need to strengthen."
Former Liverpool defender Mark Wright, who took over the managerial role at Chester 2 1/2 years ago, praised his players after they kept their nerve despite being front runners at the head of the table for much of the season.
"This is a big achievement for the players, the board and for the club," he said. "I will remember and cherish this moment for a very long time."
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