WORCESTER City have secured the services of former Wolverhampton Sporting and AFC Telford striker Daniel Westwood as their second signing this week.

Westwood, who scored 101 goals in 72 appearances for Wolverhampton Sporting back between 2016-17, will link up with the squad ahead of the 2021/22 season. 

He arrives a few days after City announced that defender Louis Ezewele has joined the club. 

Manager Tim Harris specified a month ago to the Worcester News that he was keen on improving the goal scoring charts and now he has his man.

In 2017 an article in the Guardian dubbed him as one of "the most relentless goalscorers in non-league football" having scored 54 goals for Sporting in the 2016/17 season, including 5 consecutive hat-tricks.

The 29-year-old has since played for the likes of Sporting Khalsa and had spells in the National League North with AFC Telford and Stafford Rangers. 

Harris said: "Dan first came to my attention a few years ago when he scored over 100 goals in 70-odd games for Wolverhampton Sporting and he has since played in the National League North.

"It goes without saying he is a natural goalscorer and if we are going to compete in this league then we are going to require much competition in this area.

"After meeting Dan, it wasn't very difficult to convince him that the history of Worcester City FC was a great opportunity for him and very much like myself he is keen to get this club moving forward again."