WORCESTER City have finally got their man after landing striker Sean Brain – and he has no intention of just making up the numbers.

The 24-year-old joins after a short stint with Coleshill Town following spells at hometown club Evesham United and Bromsgrove Sporting.

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Brain played his part in helping the Rouslers up the leagues, weighing in with 63 goals across four seasons including 13 in 18 starts and 22 substitute appearances en route to the Midland Football League Premier Division crown in 2017-18.

He then joined Evesham but could not establish himself as a first-team regular, linking up with Studley where he notched 25 goals in 23 starts at the level below City’s where he reportedly attracted interest from Redditch United, Coleshill, Malvern Town and Stourport Swifts

Coleshill eventually got their man over the summer but talks with City manager Ashley Vincent influenced his decision to join this time.

“I spoke to Worcester in pre-season and Ash told me what he wants to do with the club and the way he wants to go about it,” said Brain.

“It all seems well ran, he knows what he wants and it is up us to go out and do it which is what I like.

“I don’t want to just turn up and play football just because I like it, you have to want it and have ambition and from what I see that’s what Worcester City has.

“I have been around the league before in a title-winning team at Bromsgrove and I thoroughly enjoyed that.

“That’s the main thing, enjoying it. There isn't much point if you don’t and hopefully I can score some goals and help the team to do well.”

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Brain was present at Monday’s 0-0 draw with Stourport Swifts in the MFL Premier and has faith in City ridding themselves of their early-season troubles in front of goal.

“I have heard from a few different people that the chances have been there, we might not be quite firing at the minute but it will come,” he added.

“No team creates chances and without putting them away all season and hopefully I can come in and score a few myself.

“I watched the game on Monday and we created. Maybe I can be the difference, put one of those away and help the team come away with three points in games like that.”

Brain is not available for Saturday’s FA Vase trip to West Midlands (Regional) League outfit Wellington (3pm) but could make his debut at Selston in a fixture that has been moved to Sunday, September 8.

City agreed to play it a day later following a request from the home club. Kick-off will be at 1pm.