Lewis Hall has left Gloucester City and this afternoon has signed for newly promoted National League North side Hereford FC.
The 22 year-old left sided player has spent the last three seasons with the Tigers following his release from Bristol City.
Hall, who can play either at left back or on the left wing, has made over 100 appearances for the club during his time with Gloucester.
The ex-Bristol City man will be very familiar with the style of football played in the National League North, having racked up most of those appearances for the Tigers in that division.
Hereford manager Peter Beadle said “He’s one we looked at last summer. He’s left sided, versatile in defence and midfield, and he’s had a great schooling at Bristol City.
“He’s got good experience at the level we’re moving into and he’s still young” he said.
The Bulls could yet still be in for another Tigers full back, with Keiran Thomas due to complete a move to Edgar Street on his return from holiday.