Striker Stefan Moore has committed to another season at Vanarama National League top tier newcomers Solihull Moors.

The ex-Aston Villa hot-shot originally signed for Solihull in December 2014 having developed a formidable reputation in non-league football with Halesowen Town, St Neots Town, Leamington and Brackley Town.STEFAN MOORE

However, Moore came to prominence after captaining Villa to the 2002 FA Youth Cup having represented England at U15 through to U19 level.

After leaving his boyhood club in 2005, the Birmingham-born goal-getter went on to play in the Football League with Queens Park Rangers, Port Vale and Walsall before heading to Kidderminster Harriers in 2008.

“We’re really pleased with how Stef has returned to pre-season physically. He looks sharp and has really impressed the staff with his performances against Oxford and Birmingham” said Bignot.

Meanwhile, The Moors have also snapped up midfielder Charlie Morris on a two-year deal after the teenager impressed and scored during the recent pre-season fixture against Birmingham City.

The 18-year-old is a former Wolverhampton Wanderers Academy product who joins from Boldmere St. Michaels, where he clinched the 2015/16 Manager’s Player of the Year award.

Bignot added: “I am pleased to have been able to sign Charlie Morris this week.
He’s only 18 years of age and has been with us since the start of pre-season training.

“Ross Thorpe, our recruitment and development officer, brought Charlie to my attention last season. The attitude and character that he has displayed during pre season and his performance levels in the last two games have warranted a contract.

“This is a great opportunity for him to continue to push on and really make his mark in the game. I am looking forward to working with him during the weeks and months ahead.

“We would like to go on record in thanking Stuart Grosvenor and Boldmere St Michaels FC in their support and their understanding for Charlie’s further development in making the move over to The Moors.”



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