STRIKER Miles Storey has agreed to stay at Hereford FC after being offered a deal by manager Josh Gowling.

Storey was one of six players offered deals to stay at Edgar Street after the end of the 2021/22 season.

It means he joins Luke Haines, Jared Hodgkiss, Yan Klukowski, Ryan McLean and Harry Pinchard to stay at Hereford FC over the summer.

Tom Owen-Evans and Ben Pollock meanwhile have both turned deals down to move to other National League North clubs.

Ryan Lloyd has been offered a deal, but his decision has not yet been made public.

The club said that Storey, who joined the club last summer, has impressed Josh Gowling over the last season.

And now he will be looking for Miles to have even more of an impact, setting a goal target of 15 - two more than he scored in the last campaign.

Josh Gowling said: “Delighted Miles has re-signed for the new season with 13 goal contributions he’s a vital member of the squad.

"We’ve set Miles a target of 15 goals this season and we have no doubt he will reach that.”