Vanarama National League club Kidderminster Harriers have announced the signing of exciting former Motherwell man Zaine Francis-Angol on a short-term contract.
Still just at the young age of just 22, the London-Born left-sided player has plenty of senior experience.
After progressing through the youth system of Tottenham Hotspur and, later, Motherwell, the player went on to make more than seventy domestic and European appearances for the Fir Park outfit before leaving in the summer.
Comfortable on the left of midfield or at left-back, Francis-Angol has agreed a contract with the club that initially runs until January.
Francis-Angol, who is also an Antigua & Barbuda International, commented: “Things didn’t go well for me at Motherwell last season, with injury and a new manager coming in, so I’m really looking to get back into the game and Kidderminster looks a good place to do that.
“From what I have seen in training this is a good set-up and everything is high-tempo; the standard is good and doesn’t really reflect the league position.”
International clearance has been received for the player, leaving him eligible to be involved in tomorrow’s home clash with Welling United at Aggborough.