Hednesford Town manager Paul Casey has moved quickly to fill the hole left by the departure of George Carline to Solihull Moors by bringing attacking midfielder Jamie Sheldon to Keys Park.
The 24-year-old joins the club from Evo-Stik Southern Premier League side Stratford Town, for whom he made his 100th appearance earlier this season after signing from Leamington just over three years ago.
Sheldon also has an eye for goal having scored 36 times during his stay at Stratford, with eight of those having being scored this season.
The midfielder lists Sutton Coldfield Town among his former clubs and has been registered in time for today’s game against Coalville Town at Keys Park.
Manager Paul Casey had the following to say after bringing Sheldon to the club:
“Jamie likes to get forward from midfield and score goals and is very much on par with the quality of players that we have in the squad at the moment – giving me plenty of competition for places.
“As soon as we made a seven day approach for Jamie it was a club that he was very interested in joining and we look forward to seeing him play like he has done for his previous club Stratford.”
Meanwhile departing the club is defender Michael Williams, who arrived at Keys Park in the summer from Chasetown. The defender played a total of ten times for the Pitmen and we would like to wish all the best for the future.