By Adele Matthews
Former Coventry City and Nuneaton forward Billy Daniels has signed a one-year contract with Kidderminster Harriers.
Daniels, who has also had loan spells at Cheltenham Town and Notts County, is the latest to sign up with the National League North side.
The 24 year-old is the fifth signing made by the Worcestershire-based team, joining Ashley Chambers, James Baxendale, Ryan Johnson and Ed Williams – take a look at next season’s odds at www.perfectbettingonline.co.uk.
The Bristol-born striker can also play in midfield but boss Neil MacFarlane will know his strongest position following their previous involvement together at Coventry.
Daniels told the clubs official website: “I’m delighted to be here, it’s a big move and the managers push for me to come here is a massive bonus for me.
“Working under Neil again will definitely benefit me in my career and hopefully get the club back where it should be. I think this year our aim is to get promotion and with some of the signings and players we’ve got here, we can definitely do that.”
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