THE attitude of new signing Demetri Brown was what attracted Hereford's interim manager Josh Gowling

The 25-year-old, who signed for Hereford on Friday, was left out for Saturday's match against Darlington due to not being fully fit.

The forward who can play ‘anywhere in attack’ has netted 13 goals in 28 starts for Worcester this season.

Gowling says it was Brown's attitude which caught his attention.

"He has got a good goal scoring record," added Gowling.

"When he came in we had a chat with him, I like to interview all of the players before they come through the door.

"One thing you can see in his eyes is the hunger and burning desire to do well. He doesn't want to be here forever, he either wants to be here and us to move up or him move on and play at a high level.

"That really attracted me, when we sat down and spoke he never spoke about money.

"He spoke about his desire to come here and prove that he can be at this level and kick on again.

"That's the sort of player we want at this football club."

Gowling says that Brown is currently has a sore ankle and will train with the squad before being introduced.

"We wanted to introduce him to the lads, to our philosophy and what we're trying to build," added Gowling.

"We didn't want to just throw him in and he hasn't really been with us too long.

"So we would like him to train a bit more. He had a bit of a knock when he came over and his ankle is a bit sore so we just want him to be 100 per cent and give him the best opportunity to flourish at the football club."