New Welling United manager Jamie Coyle has signed 22-year-old defensive midfielder Connor Dymond and has also appointed his assistant-manager.
Dymond made over thirty appearances for National League side Bromley last season.
Prior to that he was at Crystal Palace.
Coyle said: “I am delighted to have signed Connor on a one-year deal. He impressed me greatly when I saw him play last season and at such a tender age, he already has quality and good experience at a higher level and I am looking forward to working with him.”
Coyle has announced that he has appointed Hugo Langton as his number two.
Langton has a vast knowledge of non-League football and will be adding more quality to the team already assembled.
UEFA A Licenced coach Langton runs his own scouting network and match analysis.
He spent two seasons at Bromley, where he played a key role in the club’s Conference (National League) South title success – the Ravens first title in 54 years.
Tonbridge-based Langton quit his full-time job in Thamesmead Town’s academy set-up to go full-time at Bromley, as they embarked on their debut in the National League.
More recently he was on the coaching staff at Eastbourne Borough.