HEREFORD FC have signed a forward ahead of their National League North clash against Blyth Spartans this evening.

The Bulls entertain Blyth at Edgar Street this evening, with Jaanai Gordon joining on dual registration terms from Southern League Premier Division Central side Stratford Town.

Hereford FC said the 25-year-old forward has played for clubs such as Cheltenham, Oxford United, and Peterborough United.

Starting his youth career at Luton Town, he then spent five years at Peterborough United, including three years as a senior where he made four appearances.

He then moved to West Ham United in 2014, but failed to make an appearance. Instead, he was sent on loan to Chelmsford, Nuneaton, Sligo Rovers and Newport County.

He has since had spells at clubs including Cheltenham Town, Tamworth, Banbury United and Oxford City.

Since joining Stratford earlier this year, he scored two vital goals as his side knocked Boston out of the FA Cup in a 3-2 win.