Stourbridge have confirmed the signing of central defender Joe Hull from Halesowen Town.
24-year old Hull captained the Yeltz to promotion from the Evo-Stik League Division One South in 2013/14 and was part of the squad that established the Club back at this level of football last season.
Most notably, he scored the first goal as Halesowen defeated the Glassboys 2-0 at the Grove last Easter Monday.
Injury has curtailed his contribution to the current season to some extent, although he has still made 19 appearances for Halesowen in all competitions.
He previously had spells at Kidderminster Harriers, Redditch United and Stourport Swifts before establishing himself at the Grove, where he made 135 appearances in total, scoring 18 goals.
Having not, through injury, been part of the Yeltz squad for the FA Trophy tie against Stourbridge back in October, Hull would be eligible for any potential quarter-final tie in the competition.
However, he will not be available for the Third Round tie against Nantwich Town, or for any possible replay, having not been signed before the registration deadline for this round of the Trophy.