Boreham Wood have completed the signing of experienced wideman Adriano Moke from Wrexham.
In truth there was no shortage of clubs vying for the pacy and direct midfielders signature.
However after a number of conversations with Wood gaffer Luke Garrard and after having a good look around the clubs facilities Moke quickly agreed terms and put pen to paper on a season long contract.
Moke began his youth career at Manchester United and then Leeds United but it was with York City that he really began to make his name.
In fact Adriano had success in the same season, when he won both the FA Trophy and promotion back to the Football League via the play off final, with both victories coming at the home of football Wembley Stadium.
After leaving York, Adriano had a brief spell with Cambridge United, before joining Macclesfield Town, where he went on to make 39 appearances for the Lancashire side, as they pushed hard for the play-offs in 2014/15 season before finishing just short.
After his impressive performances at Macclesfield Town, his old York City manager Gary Mills snapped him up for Wrexham in July 2015.
Adriano started the season on fire as Wrexham sat comfortably in the play offs just before Christmas.
However a poor spell followed for the Welsh club and Adriano was unfortunately a victim of the Welsh side’s reshuffle and he played far less towards the seasons end, although he impressed against the Wood in both games against us last season.
On the Woods fifth player signing manager Luke Garrard said “I’m very pleased to secure Adriano’s signature and we will try and push him to re-produce his very best form. He’s a great talent and I like the way he plays.
He’s spent most of his life up north but with his mother now living in north London that has helped us enormously to secure his signature and I look forward to working with him..