Blue Square Bet Premier club Kidderminster Harriers have added further bite to their midfield for the 2011/12 season with the acquisition of tenacious former Stockport County midfielder James Vincent.
The Glossop-born player brings key Football League experience to Aggborough, having racked up more than eighty appearances at his former club, having joined them at the tender age of eight and made progress through their ranks.
He has featured extensively in both League One and Two having made his first-team debut in 2008, coming into his own the following season with a string of powerful, all-action displays.
Vincent, still just 21, remained a regular part of the squad there until his release at the end of last season, though is twenty appearances in 2010/11 couldn't help the side from falling into the Blue Square Bet Premier.
Steve Burr's latest summer signing has penned a one-year deal to become part of the Harriers` squad.
Meanwhile, Harriers have today agreed a compensation package with York City following Matty Blair's move to Bootham Crescent earlier this month.
Blair joined them as a free agent but Harriers remained entitled to a fee as he is under the age of 24.
Chairman Mark Serrell said: "We have agreed that, as this is a compensation package rather than a transfer fee, we will keep its exact contents confidential at this stage.
"In the spirit of openness, however, I would like to assure all Kidderminster supporters that we are to receive a sum almost immediately and that this will be handed straight to Steve Burr for use in his playing budget."