He told Yeovil's official website, "Yeovil went all the way to Wembley last season and deservedly so. I hope that I can now be involved in a season similar to last year. And with a few signings being brought in to strengthen the squad, maybe now we can go on a bit more. Obviously all players want to play in good teams, and win promotions. I wouldn't sign for a team who I don't think will do well, so I think that this move will be good for me."
"I speak to Forbesy quite a lot, who plays here, and I talked to Craig Rocastle who was on loan here, and they both said that I would love it if I came here. They said that it is a good club, and that it is friendly and I will get on with people too. I think that it will be a good experience to come here, and it will be a good experience for my family to come here too. I want to play at a club like this. I have played for three northern clubs which I enjoyed thoroughly, but this will be a different experience, and I thought that it would be good for me personally and for my family."
"The fact that Yeovil came in was brilliant for me. I know that when Oldham fans read about it in the papers, obviously a lot of them will wish me good luck, but a lot of them will not believe that Oldham let me go and that I have gone to a better club, So that makes me feel good about myself, and I am proud of the decision that I've made to come here."
I am sure that Warney will receive a great welcome from the fans for the 100% effort that he put into his playing days at Boundary Park when he visits.