Bath City boss Jerry Gill has made a big statement of intent ahead of the new National League South season by bringing in Tyler Harvey from recently relegated Truro City.
Having come through the ranks at Plymouth Argyle, Harvey has already enjoyed two loan spells at Twerton Park before, initially from Plymouth in February 2016 and then from Wrexham in November 2016, scoring six goals in eleven appearances.
The striker’s form was a rare bright spot in what was a disappointing season for Truro City last season, with Harvey’s 22 league goals last term not enough to keep Truro at Step 2 level.
Speaking to Bath’s official club website, Gill said, “In discussing his and our ambitions it became clear this signing was key in our plans for the new season.
“Tyler’s prolific goal scoring at this level speaks for itself and it was an area I wanted to strengthen following our excellent campaign last season. He has displayed a hunger and desire to play for Bath City and I know you will all be very excited to see him back in a Romans shirt.
“I am still working on further signings and feel the squad is taking shape nicely after lots of hard work during the summer weeks.”