HEREFORD FC have signed right-back Camron McWillliams who has become available following the demise of Nuneaton Borough.

The 22-year-old was part of the Northampton and Cardiff City academy set-ups before moving to St Ives Town and then Nuneaton.

“Camron became available after the sad developments at Nuneaton Borough and we feel that, with our depleted squad, he can add some pace and power on the right side for us,” said Hereford boss Paul Caddis talking to the club’s website.

“I went to watch Nuneaton a few weeks back with my assistant, Adam Rooney, and we were both really impressed with him. Camron is comfortable as a right wing back or as a winger and can add another dimension to our team with his pace.

“I am also hopeful of adding another player this week to try to add further depth to the squad as we feel we are a little thin on the ground at the moment. This is something we are doing our best to address to make us stronger for the remainder of the season.”

Koby Arthur has also left Hereford after initially joining Stourbridge on a loan basis. He started for the Glassboys in 2-1 defeat at AFC Telford United on Saturday.

“As Koby was on non-contract, and with his desire to play regular football, we have decided to clear the way for him to do so,” added Caddis.

“I want to wish Koby all the best for his future and thank him for the infectious personality he brought to the group, and the constant maximum effort he gave me every night in training and when involved in games for us.”

Meanwhile, midfielder Jack Tolley has joined fellow National League North side Gloucester City after being released by Hereford.