JACOB Jagger Cane has signed for Weston-super-Mare after failing to sign for Hereford for the coming season

Cane, who arrived at Edgar Street from Weston last season made 23 appearances for the Bulls and scored one goal.

He did returned to his former club for a two-month long loan spell during the season before returning to Edgar Street in January.

Bulls manager Josh Gowling had offered him a deal at Hereford for next season, but said it took too long to be completed.

“Jagger-Cane, we had agreed something and then it took too long to get done, so I decided to move on from that,” Gowling told Radio Hereford FC.

“For me the lads I sign need to want to be at the football club, they want to be here. Jagger-Cane is a fantastic character, the lads loved him. An offer was made, it was accepted and then took too long to get done.

“That’s enough for me, I’ve moved on from it.”

Weston play their football in the Southern Premier South, a tier below the Bulls in the non-leauge pyramid.

On signing for Weston, Jagger Cane said: “I am really happy to be back.

“Having seen what the Gaffer and Lairdy are building, I wanted to be part of that. After being involved with the squad last season, it wasn’t a hard decision and I really think this squad and myself included can do something this season.

“It is a very professional set up and I’m delighted to be back.”