League Two side Stevenage Borough have named formed Manchester United and Tottenham striker Teddy Sheringham as their new manager for the 2015-16 campaign.
The club announced this week that manager Graham Westley, who's contract expires at the end of the month, would not be offered a new deal.
The position is Sheringham's first managerial role, having worked as part of West Ham's coaching staff this season, and he certainly excited about becoming the main man at Broadhall Way.
BBC Sport reports that Sheringham is keen to go one better than Stevenage's promotion near-miss this season- " the aim is to do better than last season. I know that is a big aim but that should be the aim for the football club."
Stevenage were defeated by Southend in the play-off semi-finals earlier this month and Sherngham's words will certainly boost optimism for 'Boro fans over the summer as they seek to gain promotion next term.
West Ham are yet to announce if they will be seeking a replacement for Sheringham.
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