Solihull Moors have signed experienced defender Lee Vaughan from Kidderminster Harriers on a contract until June 2020.
30-year-old Vaughan has been an ever-present in the back four of the Harriers team this season.
On joining the club, Vaughan had this to say: “It’s good to finally get it all done and hopefully I can get on with playing football.
“It’s a club I’ve always looked out for being local. For me, at the moment, it’s the right time and the club’s only going in one direction.”
Manager Tim Flowers said: “He gives us a different type of option at right-back. I’ve known Lee for quite a long time and Gary Whild’s probably known him even longer than I have.
“I’ve always thought that he is a Football League player and he has been. He brings a very attacking threat from right back or right wing-back.
“He’s another experienced player who’s been promoted out of this division, he’s a winner and he’s got an edge to him – in a good way. We’re delighted to have him around and on board for the next 18 months.”
Sporting Director Mark Fogarty added: “We are delighted to have been able to sign Lee who is well known to our staff and some of our players.
“Vaughany is vastly experienced and is known as a dynamic player who can play either in the full-back role or as a wing-back. He will add competition to our squad and hopefully be a vital cog towards success in what has so far been an outstanding season.”