HEREFORD’S new marksman Aaron Amadi-Holloway says that the more forward options manager Josh Gowling has the better.

The 29-year-old striker has a host of Football League experience but has been recovering from a minor injury during pre-season.

He made a substitute appearance in Hereford’s 2-0 win against Buxton providing an assist for the second goal.

Amadi-Holloway provides a physical element to the Bulls attack in comparison to speedy players Ryan McLean and Harry Pinchard.

“The more choice for the manager the better really, you can’t complain there is never too many,” said Amadi-Holloway.

The former Wycombe Wanderers, Oldham Athletic and Shrewsbury Town striker says that he hopes to be fully fit in the forthcoming weeks.

He said: “It’s been a couple of months now, I’ve had a slow pre-season for myself personally but it’s good to get back into the games now slowly with a few minutes here and there and then hopefully I’ll get match fit as soon as I can,

“It will get easier, I’ve only played 25 minutes twice so it’s going to take a few weeks to really get match fit, but it will come soon.”

At six foot two inches tall Amadi-Holloway provides Hereford’s attack with a physical element alongside fellow Football League striker Tyrone Barnett.

Amadi-Holloway has replaced Barnett in both of his substitute appearances so far but is looking forward to playing with his fellow forward.

“I’m still trying to figure out my role and where I’m going to play,” added Amadi-Holloway.

“I’ve come on for Tyrone (Barnett) both times, but I can’t wait to play with Tyrone. Stick two brutes up top and just kick it long and see what happens.

“In most leagues you need that. Sometimes it happens in the last 10 or 15 minutes in most leagues. I don’t see why not.