DAVE Reynolds is one of five players to be offered terms by new Worcester City manager Ashley Vincent – but two strikers have left.

Hotshot Reynolds stepped up two levels with Redditch United early last season before signing for hometown club Malvern Town where he had been prolific ahead of switching to City in the summer of 2017.

Having remained registered with City, Reynolds had a couple of cameo appearances which included a two-goal haul to help win the Worcestershire Senior Urn final against Studley.

On Saturday he lifted the Smedley Crooke Memorial Cup with Malvern, bagging another brace in a final.

He declared his intent to take a week away from the merry-go-round of closed-season shenanigans but held talks with Vincent this week.

Kyonn Evans, also dual-registered with Malvern, Sam Hall, Joel Caines and Levi Andoh are the others to be offered terms by the former assistant manager who yesterday stepped up to the top job following the resignation of John Snape.

Two frontrunners who won’t be back are James Baldwin, who has been snapped up by Pershore Town, and James Lemon who has also accepted an offer to play elsewhere.

Defender Nyeko Sinclair, who joined City on dual registration from Redditch at the back end of last season, and midfielder Kaoui Attoumani are set to return for pre-season.