HEREFORD FC have signed target man Harry White to bolster their forward line following the departure of John Mills.

The 24-year-old, who played for National League Premier side Chester FC last season scoring five goals in 29 appearances.

Starting out as a member of the Coventry City Academy, the striker from Birmingham has made over 100 appearances in the National League structure.

“Harry is a great prospect who thrives on confidence, he’s a great age, his gameplay is good and he knows how to score goals,” manager Pete Beadle told the Hereford FC website.

"He thrives on confidence, as all strikers do, and he needs to have an arm around him. His all-round game is very good, and he’s got a great attitude. He’s another player who comes to us with a lot of raw talent, a bit of a rough diamond, and it’s up to us to help him grow into the player we know he can be.

“Despite being young he knows this level of football, he’s had decent spells with Solihull Moors and Chester and he has proved he can score goals at this level. He had a decent spell in a difficult season for Chester last season, and we’re looking for him to really push on now he’s with us."