23-year-old winger Alex Bray hopes to add some excitement to Hereford FC following his arrival at Edgar Street.
The former Rotherham United wide-man had loan spells with York City and Weston-Super-Mare last term before his release from The Millers. Bray joins until the end of the 2019/20 season.
Speaking to the official Hereford FC website, he says that he hopes to bring an exciting brand of attacking football to Edgar Street.
“I like to think I’m quick and quite direct, I put in a lot of crosses and have a lot of shots.”
The former Swansea City youngster has a good level of experience for his relatively young age including playing in the Championship through to the National League North and South, and he hopes that experience will prove to be beneficial to The Bulls.
“I’m still young, but I think the experience I’ve got through the levels I’ve played will help me and help the other boys here as well.”
Bulls Head Coach Marc Richards says he feels Bray will add an extra dimension to Hereford’s play:
“Alex will offer us something that we’ve not really had before. He’s got electric pace, can be an old school winger and out and out wide player, but can also score goals as well. We have high hopes for him and I’m delighted to have got him on board.”