Jake Scott will remain a Worksop Town employee despite move to Bradford Park Avenue

Home team Worksop  in Orange & Black kit,  Maltby in all blue strip,  for their Match at Sandy Lane, Worksop.'NWGU 19-9-15 Worksop town, Jake Scott in action for Worksop  (1)
Home team Worksop in Orange & Black kit, Maltby in all blue strip, for their Match at Sandy Lane, Worksop.'NWGU 19-9-15 Worksop town, Jake Scott in action for Worksop (1)
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Jake Scott might no longer be a Worksop Town player, but he will remain an employee of the club.

First team boss Mark Shaw insists that Scott’s work with the club’s school sessions will carry on, despite the midfielder’s decision to join Bradford Park Avenue.

Shaw told the Guardian: “Jake Scott will continue to do the Football in the Community programme because I think he’s the best man to do that in the area.

“I’m a very loyal person, he’s doing a fantastic job and I don’t want him to lose that aspect and that link he has with the town.”

But the manager would not be drawn on Scott’s move to the National League North club, who have already snapped up three Tigers.

“Football wise is another matter, I’ve no comment to make.”

Park Avenue are yet to announce Scott’s arrival.