HEREFORD FC have signed Football League striker Aaron Amardi-Holloway ahead of the new season.

Amadi-Holloway, aged 29, from Cardiff, began his career with Bristol City as part of the youth set-up.

He then joined Wycombe in 2014 playing play over 50 games in League Two.

This was followed by four seasons in League One with Oldham Athletic, Fleetwood Town and Shrewsbury Town.

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Under Robbie Fowler he competed in the Australian A-League and the Indian Super League

Amadi-Holloway was part of League One side Burton Albion last season and played on loan at League Two Barrow making 14 appearances and scoring three goals.

He has been recovering from an injury for the last month but says it ‘won’t be long’ until he is ready.

“It’s going to be a hard change for me,” said Amadi-Holloway talking to the club’s website.

“The physicality is the way I play, I was in League Two last year which is a similar sort of league very hectic and aggressive.

“It was a good backend to the season last year. Hopefully I can continue where I left off last season. I’m a physical presence and just like to fight defenders really.