Conference Premier club FC Halifax Town are pleased to announce the signing of striker Ross Dyer on a free transfer.
The 26-year-old joins the Shaymen after being released by Sky Bet League Two side Mansfield Town at the end of last season, where he scored 10 goals in fifty-eight appearances.
Dyer began his career with Hednesford Town, where after coming through the youth system, he eventually progressed to become the club’s first team captain.
He then joined Forest Green Rovers on a one-year deal, scoring 5 goals in thirty-one appearances.
Mansfield Town signed Dyer in August 2011, with the £6,000 compensation fee owed to Forest Green Rovers being paid by the club’s fundraising group, the `12th Stag`.
Dyer spent a month on loan at Hereford United last season, scoring 3 goals in five appearances.
He is manager Neil Aspin’s second new signing following the signing of another striker, Richard Peniket, earlier this week.