FANS' favourite Stuart Fleetwood has said he will consider joining Hereford FC next season if the opportunity arose.

Fleetwood – who enjoyed two spells at Edgar Street – is currently without a club having parted company with National League South table-toppers Sutton United.

However, the 29-year-old has been in Hereford recently, playing for Rosey Athletic in the Herefordshire Supercraft Sunday League.

"It's up to whoever comes in for me – I'm open to any offers," said Fleetwood, who lives in Gloucester.

"I like to be at a team that is playing for something and try to win games and titles, regardless of what level it's at.

"I was at Luton, then went to Eastleigh, where I won the league, then Forest Green, who were in the play-offs, and Sutton, who have just gone top of the league.

"It is always nice to be at a club that are going places and I'm not really bothered about what level of football it is.

"As long as it's beneficial for me and my family, I will consider it.

"I always look out for their [Hereford's] results.

"There's been a bit of a change there since I was there, but they are getting big crowds, are going to Wembley and look like they will win the league."

Fleetwood – who ran the Woolhope Allstars Sunday League team before moving to Luton from Hereford in 2011 – was asked to play for Rosey Athletic following his departure from Sutton.

And he has already netted three goals in two appearances, including one against Stagecoach last Sunday.

"One of my friends, who runs the team, called me and asked me to play," explained Fleetwood.

"It was mainly to stop the boredom of not playing, so he signed me on.

"I have played two games and I have really enjoyed it – it's something that keeps me occupied.

"Two weeks ago, I parted company with Sutton because I wasn't playing and still had a year left on my contract.

"It was a long way to travel and, after speaking to the manager, we decided it would be best if I went now.

"It's been a bit different in having to pay £5 a game and going up on a Sunday morning 15 minutes before kick-off, but it's a good bunch of lads.

"We've won the two games I have played in and it's nice to enjoy playing football for the last couple of weeks of the season."

Dave Cadwallader – who managed Bartestree before the villagers withdrew from the West Midlands (Regional) League – also scored for Rosey in the 4-2 win.

Anthony Robbins is also signed on, but his commitments with Hereford FC has prevented him from playing, while Pegasus Juniors striker Cory Hyde is also available to be picked.

"Fleets wasn't playing for anyone, so I jokingly asked if he wanted to play," said Rosey Athletic's Tom Cutler.

"I've known him for a while and he said he would.

"It's like playing football with his mates, it's nothing competitive, just a chance for him to enjoy his football."