Hereford FC have signed former Kidderminster Harriers goalkeeper Brandon Hall.

The 26-year-old has four England C caps to his name and has signed for the Bulls after leaving Aggborough after two seasons, making 88 appearances for Harriers.

The stopper has also had spells at Ebbsfleet, Hayes & Yeading and Woking, and he said he's delighted the deal is done.

Hall told the club's official website: "I'm delighted to be here and to have got the deal done. I played at Edgar Street last year for Kidderminster and it was the atmosphere that stood out.

"To have so many fans behind you is unusual at this level and I'm looking forward to having them on my side instead.

"I've got good experience at this level, and in the National League, and I'm sure that will help the other lads. I'm a modern keeper who likes to use his feet to get involved in starting attacks and hopefully that will benefit the team too."

Head Coach Marc Richards said signing a talented goalkeeper has been high on his list of priorities.

"Brandon has all the attributes we have been looking for, including the need for him to be confident with the ball at his feet," Richards told the club's website.

"Signing a talented goalkeeper has been one of our priorities since the end of last season and to have secured Brandon's services is something everyone should be really excited about. He was much in demand after leaving Kidderminster, so it's a real coup that he's chosen us as his preferred option.

"Looking at the signings we have made in the past couple of weeks, in addition to the players we already have, I'm really excited by the squad that is starting to come together."