WORCESTER City have signed experienced striker Mark Danks for a third time.

Danks returns after two previous periods at City, this time joining from new Midland League Premier Division rivals Boldmere St Michaels after netting three goals in pre-season.

City were able to swoop for the 33-year-old forward after putting in a seven-day request to speak to him.

Warley-born Danks played for City from 2006 until 2008 and 2010 until 2011, bagging 25 goals from 50 games in the first spell.

He began his career at Wolverhampton Wanderers and then played for Bradford City, scoring in a FA Cup tie against West Bromwich Albion.

After a loan spell with Halesowen Town Danks dropped into non-league football from 2003 with Hednesford Town.

He has spent time at a long list of clubs including locally at Bromsgrove Rovers before they folded, Redditch United and Evesham United.

Danks played in the Midland League Premier Division last season for Lye Town.