STEVE Bull's arrival at Hereford United can only bring a huge amount of prestige to the Edgar Street club.

The former Wolves goalscoring legend arrived at Edgar Street this week in a part-time coaching role.

Adding his credentials to the payroll - although not, sadly, on the field as he has retired from playing through a knee injury - will certainly make other Nationwide Conference sides sit up and take notice.

No-one knows Bull's qualities better than United's Director of Football Graham Turner, who actually signed him from West Bromwich Albion when he was manager at Molineux.

Most of Bull's record 306 goals for Wolves were scored under Turner's management as the rampaging centre-forward led Wolves back towards the top from the depths of the old Fourth Division.

He was also good enough to score four goals in 13 appearances for England, and was a member of their squad in the 1990 World Cup in Italy.

Bull will remain with Wolves in a public relations role but Turner is allowing him to work with the United squad as much as he wants in a mutually beneficial arrangement.

Turner said: "He is coming purely to gain experience of coaching senior players in pursuit of his full UEFA coaching badge.

"He wants to get into the coaching scene, and it gives him a good opportunity."

Bull is the second former Wolves favourite to arrive at Edgar Street in successive weeks, following midfielder Phil Robinson's appointment as player-coach.