Salford City striker Adam Rooney has signed for Solihull Moors on a two-year deal.
The former Aberdeen man had been linked with a loan move to Jimmy Shan’s side, but he makes the move for an undisclosed fee. The 31-year-old struck 23 goals for Salford last season as the Ammies won promotion to the EFL.
The Irishman told Moors’ website: “I’m really excited to be here and the club are in a good position at the minute – in the play-offs and that’s where we want to stay. The ambition of the club and where it wants to go enticed me.
“I’ve had experience of this league now and promotion from it, so I want to bring my experience, hopefully some goals to the team and get us into the Football League. I lived in Solihull when I was at Birmingham, so I know the area very well and I enjoyed my time.”