AFTER rejecting a move to Edgar Street last season Danny Greenslade is finally a Hereford FC player after agreeing terms ahead of the club's pre-season campaign.

The 22-year-old left back didn't want to step down a level last season from National League South side Weston-Super-Mare but 'jumped' at a the chance of pulling on a Bulls shirt for this season's campaign after Hereford agreed a fee with his former club.

"I actually came here to meet (Pete) Beadle and (Steve) Jenkins last summer so I know the stadium and I can't wait to get started," said Greenslade.

"I have got ambitions to play at the highest level so as soon as Hereford were playing at this level I jumped at the chance to come. I was hoping they would get promoted really as it's a big club and fan base and so it's a good opportunity for me.

"I've played in both (National League North and South) and I think they are pretty similar but in the North there are bigger clubs and teams which will hopefully mean bigger occasions for the club so I can't wait.

"There are more full-time clubs in the North so they have that extra five per cent fitness levels but I think all in all it's much the same. There are some big physical teams but at the same time there are a variation of teams who can get the ball down and play.

"There are some big clubs in there with a lot of ambition the same as Hereford so it should be a good season.

When ask what style of full-back Greenslade is, he responded: "I like to get forward but also a good tackler.

"I like to bomb on and get crosses into the box, that's my game. I got a few goals last season so if I can chip in I will."

Hereford manager Pete Beadle is delighted to have finally got his target this time around.

"He's a quality player and we wanted someone more permanent," he added.

"Cameron (Pring) was fantastic last year on loan and I know they would have been happy for us to have him back this year.

"When he's not your player you always wonder if they are going to come and take him back at anytime so we're really pleased to get Danny this time around. He had concerns last year which was why in the end he pulled out a little bit.

"They are behind him now and the board have been great and managed to get a small fee paid for him to get this over the line. He's really ambitious and can't wait to get started himself."