Gloucester City confirmed their third summer signing ahead of the new season.
Manager Tim Harris has moved to secure the signature of 20-year-old George Forsyth.
Forsyth, who was with Wolverhampton Wanderers as a junior for seven years, can play as a central midfielder or at the heart of defence.
The 6`3” Forsyth also spent two years with Shrewsbury Town before joining Kidderminster Harriers where he was captain of their academy side.
Following loan spells at Halesowen Town and Stratford Town, he was released by Kidderminster and Harris was quick to add him to the squad.
“I am delighted to welcome George to Gloucester City,” he said. “He is a player with many of the same ingredients as the young players we already have on board.
“He is very determined to succeed and I feel this is a great opportunity for him and ourselves which will add great competition for places within our squad”.