Kidderminster Harriers' new signing Yusifu Ceesay says he is "here to win the league" after completing a move from fellow National League North side Alfreton Town. 

The 27-year-old Spanish winger began his career in the Midlands, featuring for Sporting Khalsa and Alvechurch before moving into the EFL with Blackpool.

Loan spells at the likes of Boston and Telford followed, with Ceesay spending two periods with Altrincham before his move to Alfreton.

He netted seven times for Billy Heath’s team as they fell agonisingly short of the play-offs but arrives on the back of an encouraging season.

"One of the main things for me was that they are a big club, have a big crowd," he said

"They are a very professional club. I am very excited to be here, very motivated and ready to go.

"I am a winger that wants the ball at my feet but I also want to run in behind. I understand this club is going to suit me.

"I remember playing against [Harriers] last season.

"The way they play football, the way they move the ball, the way they want to attack – these are all things I really like.

"I was following the play-off game against Boston, they were very close. Next season, I think they are going to go forward. I am here to win the win the league.

Russ Penn is already in the process of building his squad for the 2022/23 season after he and Jimmy O'Connor extended their stay with the club until 2025.

The club has stated it is working to sort new deals with several players.

Discussions are ongoing with Nathan Cameron and Cliff Moyo while new contracts will be offered to Tom Palmer, Geraldo Bajrami, Omari Sterling, Jaiden White and Jamie Emery.

Harriers did also confirm that five players are to leave the club following the end of their contracts.

In addition to the retiring Mark Carrington, Keith Lowe, Luke Simpson, Nyal Bell, and Lewis Montrose will all depart.

Joe Foulkes, Corey Panter, Devonte Redmond will all return to their respective parent clubs following a loan spell at Aggborough.