During the Covid-19 pandemic, Sherrock was one of the many players competing in the Online Darts Live League.
With the event now boasting its very own purpose-built studio, the 28-year-old believes that the MODUS Super Series will give players an opportunity to ply their trade in a professional setting.
When asked about the new venue, Sherrock said: "The new venue for the MODUS Super Series is actually a really good experience for the other players as well and it looks like a fantastic venue to be a part of, so I'm really excited to be here and witness it for the first time."
When looking at the evolution of the competition, the player added: "Yeah I do remember when it all started (as the Online Darts Live League), back then when it was online in your front rooms and stuff.
"I remember my dog interfering quite a lot! But yeah, I never thought it would extend to where it is now, playing on a big stage, not out of a room.
"So I think it's gone really well, and I think it can only get better, and hopefully it will give all the other players a lot of stage practice.
"When I played in Southampton, in the room, it helped me with a lot of success in my game and built me with loads of confidence.
"I was able to get a lot of match practice, especially after lockdown when no one was playing.
"It definitely built me with a lot of confidence going into my games on stage, knowing I could beat the high calibre of players, and I could hit the averages against them."
Sherrock has also teased a potential appearance at the event, saying: "I'm hoping you're going to see me on this stage at the MODUS Super Series. I really want to play so I'm going to try my best to play on it."