Stourbridge have signed wide midfielder/attacker Robert Thompson-Brown from Stafford Rangers.
The 25-year old South Birmingham-based player provides width and a willingness to get forward and is a threat on dead-ball situations.
Thompson-Brown started out in the youth system at Kidderminster Harriers. He then spent time with Redditch United and Stratford Town before returning to the Aggborough fold.
He moved on to Nuneaton for the 2012-13 season and subsequently had spells out on loan with Daventry Town and Leamington. Thompson-Brown signed for Hednesford Town in August 2013 and enjoyed one season at Keys Park before joining Halesowen Town in July 2014.
A move to Stratford Town followed in February 2015, where he helped the Warwickshire side to win promotion from the Southern League South & West Division via the play-offs before he joined Redditch United in December 2015. He signed for Leamington in the summer of 2016 and he spent one-and-a-half years with the Brakes, scoring from the spot in their Southern League Premier play-off final victory over Hitchin Town in May 2017 that took the club back to the National League North and also in their Birmingham Senior Cup Final win on penalties over Wolves.
He netted six times in 22 appearances for Leamington last season before joining Stafford Rangers in December 2017 in search of more regular starts and subsequently helped them to lift the Staffordshire Senior Cup in April.
Glassboys boss Gary Hackett remarked: “I’m delighted to have been able to agree deals with Rob and Greg. We didn’t score enough goals last season and were perhaps too reliant on one or two players to find the net for us. Both Rob and Greg are capable of chipping in with a good number of goals as well as hopefully laying on chances for others.”