Joe Thomson feels Larne could be on a similar trajectory to his former club Derry City.
Thomson, who came on fro his debut in the 1-0 win over Glentoran on Saturday, made the switch to Inver Park from the Brandywell a fortnight ago and he sees similarities between the clubs.
The Candystripes secured the FAI Cup back in November cheered on by a large partisan support, and the former Dunfermline midfielder feels his new club have everything in place to follow their own path to success.
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"My Last game at Derry was unbelievable, we took over 20,000 fans down to the Aviva and thankfully we managed to repay them with a good win," Thomson told Larne TV.
"That makes you hungry for more success.
"I feel that we have a squad, backroom staff and infrastructure here to be successful.
"Hopefully we can have a product on the pitch where that can be successful.
"Derry is also a one-club city so everyone supports the team and the club means everything to them.
"Having spoken to people around the club you kind of get the same feeling."
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