Recruit Kyle Langford is determined to have an impact during his first season in the red and black setting his sights on playing senior football in 2015.
Langford has adapted well to the demands of an AFL training program impressing with how quickly he has adapted to the rigours of a tough pre-season.
It has been a learning curve for the 18-year-old as he is educated on the game plan the Bombers are looking to implement this season.
“It has been a real step up but I am really enjoying it now and I am started to get into it a little bit more with the match play,” Langford said.
“It is coming along slowly but I am learning it and it has just taken a lot of time away from the field.”
“On the computers and with coaches learning a new game plan that is new to me and that I can then try out on the field.”
Working closely with assistant coach Nathan Bassett the 190cm key position player is set to play across half forward for the Bombers this season.
Langford has already set himself some lofty targets to achieve in his first year in the system.
“I would love to break into the side,” he said.
“First for me I need to try and get some games under my belt in the VFL or NAB Cup to try and find some form to break into the side that way.”
Langford said he had enjoyed the challenge of adapting to the rigours of training at the elite level.
“It is definitely pretty hard and the hardest thing I have ever done but it is something that I enjoy,” he said.
“I love doing it waking up in the morning and going to training.”