KIDDERMINSTER Harriers have signed goalkeeper Jasbir Singh on a one-year deal following his departure from Solihull Moors.
Singh, who made seven appearances for the Aggborough outfit during the 2009-10 season, will compete with Danny Lewis for the number one shirt after Nathan Vaughan turned down a new deal.
Harriers manager Gary Whild said: “Jas has always impressed me whenever I’ve seen him and, in many respects, his career mirrors Danny’s when you consider they both left here at a very young age before going and playing an awful lot of games elsewhere.
“From what I’ve seen he fully deserves to be back here and has earned this opportunity.”
Singh, 24, was a free agent at the end of the season after making close to 200 appearances for the Moors in Conference North.
His signature takes the number of players on the books at Harriers for the 2014-15 campaign to 16.