Hednesford Town manager Rob Smith has today been able to add his seventh player to his squad following the signing of midfielder Jermain Hollis from Coalville Town.
The box-to-box 31-year-old midfielder caught the eye of many last season, particularly against the Pitmen at Keys Park.
Hollis began his career at Eastwood Town before playing in the Football League for Kidderminster Harriers.
After playing for a host of East Midland non-league sides Hollis linked up with Coalville last season – playing almost 50 games in the process.
Following the signing Smith said: “I’m really pleased to be able to bring Jermain to the football club.
“He brings experience, strength and energy to us – something that I think we need to add to our squad.
“Hopefully fans will enjoy his box-to-box nature and along with his great attitude I think he is going to be a big player for us.”
It has been a busy week for the Pitmen boss who also secured the signatures of Matt Curley, Sam Griffiths and Josh Craddock.