Plymouth Argyle manager Paul Sturrock has challenged new signing Craig Noone to repay his faith following his arrival from non-league football.
Sturrock has decided to take a chance on the 20-year-old left winger, who could cost the Pilgrims in excess of £100,000 from Conference North side Southport.
"I am very excited by this signing. Craig comes to us with a glowing reputation. It is now up to him to prove to me that it is merited," he told the club's official website.
"He has an opportunity to impress me and force his way into my thinking. Whether he takes that is up to him.
"I see him as one for the future, but if he shows me he can make the step up to the Championship, the door is open for him."