Former Cheltenham Town, Colchester United and Port Vale forward Ashley Vincent has been appointed Worcester City manager.
It follows the resignation this week of John Snape, whom Vincent had been working alongside as assistant.
Now 33, Vincent was a youngster at Wolves before making his name at Cheltenham Town. He went to have spells most notably at Colchester United and Port Vale.
Worcester City say that meetings with the playing squad from last season are being held in the coming days, with the club’s retained list to be confirmed as soon as possible.