RYAN Lowe admits he has “unfinished business” to take care of at Chester City.
The 29-year-old forward – signed by the Blues from Crewe Alexandra on Tuesday – was shipped out of the Deva Stadium in 2006 after a bust-up with former boss Mark Wright.
Following a two-year spell in League One with Crewe, Lowe is glad to be back at City.
He said: “I was doing well here and I left on a bad patch. I’ve still got unfinished business to do.
“The fans probably think I’ve got a point to prove to them, but I’ll do my talking on the pitch.
“Everyone thinks I had problems, but it wasn’t me who had the problems – it was the former manager.”
Former Burscough and Shrewsbury player Lowe has signed a two-year deal and joins an ever-expanding Scouse contingent at Chester.
Another Merseysider, striker Paul Taylor joined the ranks this week on a six-month loan from Vauxhall.
Chester have been pursuing the 22-year-old for more than six months and Davies has already been impressed by what the raw but skilful Taylor has produced in training.
The City manager said: “Every time he got the ball he was taking a player or two out of the game with touches of brilliance. He’s one who could be absolutely anything this season.”
Chester hope to make Taylor’s signing permanent during the course of the season, but they may have to concede defeat in their bid to sign Liverpool defender Godwin Antwi on loan. The Ghana-born centre-back is attracting interest from League One side Tranmere, as well as Accrington.