Reigning AWFA league and cup champions Myrtleford won't be taking a backward step in 2019.
The Savoys have moved quickly to cover the loss of last year's Star Player Tom Youngs by welcoming another English strike weapon in Remell Davis.
Co-coach Matt Park is delighted with the signing of the 23-year-old.
"When we realised we were losing Tommy, we got onto it pretty quickly," Park said.
"He can play anywhere in the midfield or up top.
"He was the type of player we wanted and it gives us options.
"We expect to get a few goals and assists from him, pretty much what Tommy did for us last year.
"We saw a couple of videos of him and that was enough to know he was capable of terrorising defenders."
Myrtleford imports Youngs and Will Dennis won the league's top honour the past two seasons, with Park the Star Player in 2016.
"We've been lucky to a degree getting the calibre of players we've had," Park added.
"We've had to take chances, but hopefully the luck continues and he can do the same as the last two."
Park expects Davis to arrive at the club in the next two weeks.
The Savoys pre-season continues with an FFA Cup clash against Albert Park at Melbourne's State Football Centre on Saturday.
Myrtleford opened their account last weekend with a comfortable 4-1 win away to Forest Rangers, but are expecting a much tougher encounter.
Kick-off is at 3.30pm.
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