I love the way this football club has been run, the passion, the fans and the incredible players who have helped keep this team in this division for so long.
The club has made the most of the opportunity to get back into the top flight and the first thing I would do is try and get them back to the league for the first time in 20 years.
The last time they went down was 1998, which was the last time we got back into it and it took us a long time to get there, but we have got a lot to look forward to this season and hopefully I can give the team that opportunity.
The Reds will start in the top-flight again on Friday, March 16 against Boca Juniors, and I would love to see them at the top of the table, even if it means getting some help from the Championship club, who I feel should have been there when they were in the division for three seasons.
Louisville finished 12th in the West in 2015 and the league is currently a tough league to win in.
The Reds were last season’s top-scoring side, with four goals in 11 games, but they struggled to find their feet at the back.
The first half of the season saw a string of injuries to key players and the club’s defence has been an area of focus, as has the attacking threat of the back line.
Louisville has struggled at the foot of the tables in recent years, losing five of their last six games and are currently third in the table after a 2-1 defeat to Boca.
I am looking forward to a fresh start, which is a challenge with all the injuries we are experiencing.
My biggest focus is on the football, which means I need to make sure I take care of my body as well.
I don’t want to be distracted by injuries, which will be the main focus for the rest of the year.
While the Reds may not be getting a full first-team squad this year, I would be happy to give a player like Jack McInerney a chance to play at the first team level if it’s right for him.
It would also be great to see young players like James Wark, James Conroy, and Jordan Rocha making their way into the first- team squad.