The defender, who celebrated a incredible testimonial night time towards League 2 Elgin Metropolis on Friday together with his team-mate twin Lee, believes the long run is vivid at Mosset Park.
The 29-year-old Frasers signed two-year offers on the finish of a season through which the Moray membership completed twelfth within the division.
Defender Graham Fraser is relishing the prospect to assist Forres Mechanics drive again up the Highland League over the subsequent two seasons.
They started the marketing campaign with the supervisor who signed them in 2010, Charlie Rowley, stepping down.
Then, after a quick spell with Gordon Connelly in cost, there was additional change as the previous Forres player-manager resigned as a consequence of a change in private circumstances.
He was changed within the New Yr by Steven MacDonald, who was a part of the teaching set-up already in place.
MacDonald is shaping a succesful and settled pool of gamers and centre half Fraser predicts an enchancment.
He mentioned: “We determined to remain at Forres for an additional two seasons and determine what we need to do after that.
“It’s at all times tough coming again for pre-season, however we’ve been again for a couple of weeks now.
“As soon as the health is again up, will probably be actually pleasurable and hopefully we’ll have an excellent season, as a result of final season was poor.
“There have been a whole lot of adjustments on the membership, so all going effectively we will push on and do as finest we will within the league and cups.
“The supervisor has definitely made us a extra strong. If he can carry in additional boys, even higher.
“We’ve got a run of video games arising which can give us the prospect to gel additional as a group and actually get going.”
On Friday, targets from Darryl McHardy and Kane Hester had Elgin coasting early on, earlier than Brian Cameron missed a spot-kick after quarter-hour.