Kidderminster Harriers have signed winger Ashley Hemmings.
Comfortable out wide or up top, the 28-year-old arrives having most recently been playing for National League North rivals Altrincham, on loan from Fylde. His impressive performances for the Robins have caught the eye, with Harriers swooping to sign Hemmings, and his parent club recalling him to allow his move to Aggborough.
He is a player that Harriers manager John Pemberton has been chasing for some time, and the boss revealed his delight at getting his man on an 18-month deal.
Pemberton said: “I’m delighted to have that over the line, he’s a player that I’ve admired for a while – I think he’ll be an asset to us.
“When we played Altrincham earlier in the season, I know our supporters were talking about him because he played well. He’s a ball carrier, he has good technique – I want to add more goals into our team – and hopefully, he will create and score.
“I want to bring in better players with experience at this level, and he certainly fits that bill.”