TEENAGE striker George Lloyd can 'hurt people' according to Hereford's Head of Football Tim Harris.

The highly-rated 18-year-old has arrived on loan from Cheltenham Town until the end of January.

Lloyd made eight first team appearances for the Robins last season scoring two goals along with 40 goals for Cheltenham Town Reserves last term.

"He has got a bright future," said Harris.

"He is capable of hurting people behind as he has got pace and a good goalscoring record in his fledgling young career.

"It's really exciting and a major area we have struggled with in recent matches. He is a good acquisition, he can help us and we can help him.

"It is obvious for everybody to see that this lad has got talent and once he adapts to the physicality of this league his ability will come through and he will hurt a few defenders at this level."

Harris said that there will be at least two more changes before Saturday's trip to Stockport County with one being a goalkeeper.

"No disrespect to Brandon Powell but where as at the other end there is an opportunity George (Lloyd) has football experience and the goalkeeper is a crucial position," added Harris.