STRIKER Demetri Brown is 'hungry' for goals after signing for Hereford FC for the coming season.

The forward first arrived at Edgar Street at the end of February and was just recovering from an ankle injury before lockdown stopped play.

He is now raring to go in his first season at the National North level.

"I'm buzzing and actually want to get started properly this time," said Brown.

"At the end of last season I just finished my last injury and then Covid-19 started.

"So it's time to go."

Brown started his senior career at Stourport Swifts but made his mark after scoring 40 goals for Tividale in the 2018/19 season.

Last season he netted a further 16 times for Worcester City before being brought to Edgar Street in February.

He is now looking forward to partnering Lenell John-Lewis in attack for Hereford FC.

"I can't wait, he's my kind of player," added Browm.

"He's big and strong and I'll just run on behind. He's class at holding the ball up and I'm normally the one who runs off, so that's the plan.

"I'm fast, strong, aggressive, hungry and ready to go."

Brown welcomed his daughter into the world at the start of the lockdown period.

"I've actually been able to spend four months with the little one without work," added Brown.

"It's not been pleasant but made more enjoyable by her. So I've not had to get up at 6am for work after being woken up at 4am by her."

After being used to training during the evenings during his career so far Brown is also looking forward to the daytime plans by manager Josh Gowling.