Hereford have signed goalkeeper Brandon Hall.
26-year-old Hall, who has four England non-league international caps, joins the Bulls after leaving Kidderminster Harriers, where he was first choice between the posts for most of the past two seasons.
Having started out at Charlton Athletic, the 6ft 1inch stopper had spells at Ebbsfleet, Hayes & Yeading and Woking before moving to Aggborough in the summer of 2017. He went on to win the Player of the Season award in his first season at Kidderminster.
Speaking about his decision to sign a deal at Edgar Street, Hall said: “I’m delighted to be here and to have got the deal done. After speaking to Marc and Tim it was great to hear how keen they were to bring me in as that’s what you want to hear as a footballer.
“I played at Edgar Street last year for Kidderminster and it was the atmosphere that stood out. To have so many fans behind you is unusual at this level and I’m looking forward to having them on my side instead!
“I’ve got good experience at this level – and in the National League – and I’m sure that will help the other lads. I’m a modern keeper who likes to use his feet to get involved in starting attacks and hopefully that will benefit the team too.
“I’m looking forward to getting to know the lads and my aim is to help this club get promotion and move it forward. It’s a huge club that deserves to be playing at a higher level and I’m aiming to be part of successful times here.”