Southern League Division One South Golden Boot winner Ben Whitehead has joined Weston-super-Mare from Cirencester Town.
The prolific 25-year-old striker signs on a two-year contract.
Whitehead joins the club having scored 86 goals in 87 appearances for Cirencester over the past two seasons.
On his new signing, manager Scott Bartlett said:
“There was a lot of competition for Ben’s signature so I am delighted we have got him. He is a good player, is at a good age and is hungry to do well.
“I have seen him several times over the past two seasons, he is exactly what we are after and will be a good fit for us. His goal record speaks for itself but he brings more than just goals.
“He is quick, has clever movement, he works hard and is decent in the air. I am delighted to have him and am looking forward to working with him.”
Ben Whitehead said: “I’m delighted to sign for the club. After speaking to Scott about the plans he and the club have it was an opportunity I couldn’t turn down.
“I’d like to thank everyone at Cirencester for the last two years. I’m now looking forward to the new challenge and hope I can create and score goals to get the club back to where it belongs along with my new team mates.”