Boston United have snapped up their fifth new signing of the summer following the acquisition of forward Tyrell Waite from league rivals Kidderminster Harriers.
The 22-year-old former Notts County striker has switched to The Jakemans Stadium after turning down the opportunity to remain with last season’s runners-up.
Waite scored 7 goals for Harriers – predominantly from a wide position – but is equally at home through the middle.
Originally graduating through Ilkeston FC`s ranks, Waite transferred to Notts County in 2012 and made a dozen or so first-team appearances for the Magpies as well as enjoying loan spells with Nuneaton Town, Lincoln City and back at Ilkeston.
He had a season in Swedish football with Skelleftea FF before joining Harriers last year.
United boss Adam Murray was delighted to get his man after a summer-long pursuit and said: “I am over the moon to get him onboard because it took a lot of hard work.
“He’s a player who played a lot of games in a very good team last season. He is naturally a centre forward but played all last season as a wide man, so he gives us good attacking options.
“He will bring good technical ability with pace, power and presence in the attacking third”.