HEREFORD FC Head of Football Tim Harris says that the club will be patient in finding the right player to join their squad for the coming season.

The Bulls have now signed 10 permanent players for next term with a further four invited back for pre-season training.

Goalkeeper Brandon Hall signed for Hereford FC last night and joined Reece Styche, Alex Bray, Jordan Cullinane-Liburd, Mike Symons, Tom Owen-Evans, Josh Gowling, Rowan Liburd, Keiran Thomas and Kyle Finn in the squad list.

Harris says that more players will become available later in pre-season once the Football League clubs make their player decisions.

“I am speaking to people every day and agents also get involved at this level,” added Harris.

“Previously success has come out of this level and a lot of lads from the professional level drop down to the National League.

“There are players available left, right and centre, but we have got to check them out and find out if they fit in with our aims as we are looking to get the balance right.

“We have also got to be patient as speaking to the Football League clubs they are taking between six and eight players on trial during the first few weeks of July.

“Those clubs will only sign one or two and the remainder will filter back down.

“We have got to be patient as if we get everything tied up then we could miss a really good opportunity.”