York City have made winger Wes York their third capture this week from National League club Gateshead.
Signing on his 25th birthday, York made 31 appearances and scored six goals for the Tynesiders last season, having originally come to the fore at Nuneaton Town while featuring 92 times and contributing a dozen goals.
The Leicester-born forward then followed their manager Kevin Wilkin to Wrexham, totalling a further 85 appearances and fourteen goals in North Wales, until switching to Gateshead a couple of years ago. Whilst there his overall tally stood at 73 appearances and seventeen goals.
The Minstermen already recruited their former skipper Russell Penn and ex-FC Halifax Town striker Jordan Burrow from the north-east club earlier this week.
City’s current first-team squad for next season now stands at fifteen and also includes: Adam Bartlett, Ryan Whitley, Josh Law, Daniel Parslow, Hamza Bencherif, David Ferguson, Sean Newton, Simon Heslop, Adriano Moke, Russell Penn, Vinnie Steels, Jon Parkin, Jordan Burrow and Alex Kempster
Meanwhile, offers have also been made to Louis Almond and a trio of youth-team players in centre-back Josh Rogerson, midfielder Harry Thompson and striker Flynn McNaughton.
Delighted to have signed for @YorkCityFC. The club is too big to be where it is. No excuses or messing…let’s go get the job done !!
— Wesley york (@Wesyork7) May 10, 2018