WORCESTER City continue to strengthen for the new season, with two players signing deals with the club.

Dave Reynolds returns to City having scored 36 goals in 46 appearances in his previous spell with the club.

Manager Ash Vincent said: "We missed out on Reyno last summer and was one of the first names on my list to bring in this summer, he is a guaranteed source of goals and very happy he is returning to the Club."

Another import addition to the squad was confirmed last week with Liam Lockett agreeing terms.

Lockett extends his time with the Club having last season made 38 appearances scoring 9 goals.

He was well on his way to having his best season yet for appearances before the season was cut short.

Ash Vincent added: "I think this is one that all of us have been eagerly waiting for, Locko is a special talent and there's no denying that, this has been one that we've been working on since May and we are so so happy he is staying.

"Locko has ambitions, as does every player to go as high as he can and he has naturally taken his time this summer to look at all options.

"He is really happy with the squad built and sees his immediate future here with us."

City have also announced new kit partners as the build-up to next season continues.

From the 2020/2021 Season, the club has partnered up with Ace Embroidery and Surridge Sports to bring new home and away strips for the first team and youth section throughout, replacing Adidas after four seasons.

Ace Embroidery is a West Midlands based company who have supplied kits for Halesowen Town and Bromsgrove Sporting.

Ace is now partnered with Surridge Sports, who have produced kits for the likes of Solihull Moors, Mansfield Town and many more.

City supporters may remember Surridge Sports as being the providers of bench and tracksuit wear during the club's time in the Vanarama North.

As well as supplying new playing kit, Ace Embroidery will bring a new range of merchandise to supporters that can be purchased online and will be available on match days at Claines Lane.

Matthew Smart, managing director of Ace Embroidery, said: "We have worked with the club and created great-looking kits and when they are revealed by the Club, I think the fans will be happy.

"The new online club shop has an exciting range too. We are looking forward to starting this new partnership and it will be great to see the team wearing the new range on the pitch next season."

This agreement will run initially for 3 seasons.

Club chairman Steve Goode said: "We are delighted to be partnering with two companies with impressive pedigree in the sportswear business.

"This agreement will bring a broad range of high-quality merchandise options to our supporters which we are really pleased about, in addition to brand new home and away kits which we cannot wait for the fans to see."