FORWARD Jennison Myrie-Williams has signed for Hereford FC ahead of next season's campaign.

The 30-year-old arrived at Edgar Street for a second loan spell in February to help the club clinch the Evo-Stik Southern Premier after leaving National League side Torquay.

The former Newport County player, who also made 15 appearances for Hereford United during a first Edgar Street spell, made 14 appearances for Hereford last season scoring eight goals.

“I’m delighted that Jennison has agreed to stay here for the coming season. He’s been away on holiday for the last few weeks, so we’ve only just been able to sit down with him, but he’s really keen to stay with us," Hereford FC manager Pete Beadle told the official website.

“He had a difficult season last term, not getting as much game time as he would have wanted at Torquay, but he came here for the second half of the season and he did well. He had a decent return of 8 goals in 14 games, which any forward player would be happy with, and he’s looking to continue to progress from there.

“After not playing as much football as he would have liked in the first half of last season, it will be good for Jennison to get a good pre-season under his belt with us and really look to kick on from the rich vein of form that he ended last season in.

“He’s a player who is quite versatile, and as well as playing on either side of midfield as he did for us last season, he can also play in a more forward role down the middle.”