Both Michael McGrath and Alex Harris have rejected moves away from Hereford in November.
McGrath was the subject of an approach from Richard Sneekes, the new manager of Sutton Coldfield Town, with the pair having previously worked together at Rushall Olympic.
“Macca is very happy here. When I spoke to him about the approach he told me he’s the happiest he’s been in football for a long time.” said manager Peter Beadle.
“Alex had approaches from a club in this division and his old side Cinderford. He wasn’t in the first XI at the time and wanted games, but didn’t want to leave at all. That’s where the dual registration with Lydney came in to give him a game or two. As it happened Horse picked up an injury so Alex got a chance quickly and has done well.”
”Both players have a superb attitude and believe in the way we do things here, a lot of players have already left this season and I truly believe that it was because they couldn’t play under the expectation and demands of this football club.”
“We have high standards here and we are not your average Non League club. It takes a special type of player to succeed at Hereford FC. Some players are happy just to play in their comfort zone and not test themselves, when you come here you have to be at your very best every time you step on the training pitch and every match day. That in itself can be a daunting and scary prospect.”