BRINGING Calvin Dinsley back into the Hereford FC was always part of the plan, according to Hereford manager Pete Beadle.

The 27-year-old left-sided midfielder, who is a teacher in Ledbury was left 'gutted' in February after Beadle decided to release him from his side.

However, he has now been recalled ahead of the side's National League North campaign.

Dinsley made 18 appearances for Hereford last season and last played against Chesham United in December

"It was always our intention to give him a break and take him out of the environment," said Beadle.

"He wants to do so well so pushes himself too hard. He was never fully fit for long enough so the best thing in that situation to have some rest. He had 12 months of little injuries which kept him out for four or five games, they weren't serious injuries.

"Hopefully he has now got those injuries behind him and he needs a run of games.

"He is a hell of an asset on the pitch so hopefully he can keep himself fit."

Martin Horsell has also confirmed his place in the Hereford side for next season while fellow goalkeeper Will Puddy and Elliot Richards are considering their offers.

Centre-half Jack Deaman hasn't been offered a deal for next season.

“Jack is a top quality centre-back who has football league experience, but for whatever reason it didn’t work out for him here last season” Beadle told the Hereford FC website. “We felt it was best for Jack to go and find somewhere else for next season.

“We’d like to thank him for his time here and wish him well for the future.”