Evo-Stik League Premier club completed the signing of Exodus Geohaghon.
Spending some time in his youth with West Bromwich Albion, Geohaghon played for Sutton Coldfield Town between 2000 and 2005.
After a season with Bromsgrove Rovers and two with Redditch United, he then signed with Kettering Town.
In 2010, he moved up to the Football League, moving to Peterborough United after a loan spell.
Whilst at Posh he was loaned out to Rotherham United, Shrewsbury Town, and Port Vale.
He joined Barnet in August 2011 before he signed with Darlington two months later.
He joined Dagenham & Redbridge on loan in November 2011, before joining Mansfield Town on loan in February 2012.
He signed with Kidderminster Harriers in July 2012, before making a permanent return to Mansfield Town less than two months later.
He won the Conference (National League) title with Mansfield in 2012/13 and then spent time with Worcester City in 2013 before ending up at Braintree Town.
He joined Solihull Moors in January 2014 before penning a deal at Nuneaton Town in August 2014.
Later in 2014/15 he played for Whitehawk and Stourbridge and joined Torquay United in July 2015.
He returned to Nuneaton as a player-coach in November 2016.
At 6`5” Geohaghon, 32, will bring some strength and height to the Yeltz back line.
He follows the arrival of another vastly experienced campaigner in Montserrat international striker Spencer Weir-Daley from Evo-Stik League South Premier outfit Redditch United.
Starting his career at Nottingham Forest, 32-year-old Weir-Daly has also played for Notts County, AFC Telford United, Boston United, Corby Town, Kettering Town and Hednesford Town before signing for Redditch in July 2017.
He has played twice for Montserrat and during his League career, made over 350 appearances and scored more than 140 goals.
He leaves Redditch having scored 13 goals in twenty-one games this season.
— Halesowen Town FC (@halesowentownfc) December 8, 2017