New manager Steve Housham’s first North Ferriby United signing is 21-year-old Conor Robinson from new Vanarama National
The versatile striker played seventeen games for the Imps last season in the National League.
Housham said: “Conor is potentially a very good young kid, plenty of pace we are delighted to have him on board.”
Simon Russell became Housham’s second new signing, whilst also committing themselves to The Villagers for next season are Louis Bruce and Danny Clarke.
Thirty-one-year-old Russell joins from Housham`s former club Gainsborough Trinity, for whom he made over 125 appearances.
Russell started his career at youth level with Hull City before gaining Football League experience with Kidderminster Harriers, for whom he played over 100 games.
He has a wealth of experience at the top level of non-League football, having played for York City, Lincoln and Cambridge United.
Danny Clarke has made himself a big favourite over the past four years with his whole-hearted approach to the game.
Louis Bruce is a talented defender who has had limited first-team opportunities but he will have a great opportunity in this next season in the National League.