WARRINGTON Town have made experienced striker Tony Gray their first signing of the summer.

The 33-year-old hitman arrives at Cantilever Park from Airbus UK, for whom he scored 10 goals in the Welsh Premier League last season.

His spell in Welsh football also saw him play in the qualifying stages of the Europa League.

Before his time in Wales, Gray scored 42 goals in 92 appearances in the National League, the highest level of English non-league football.

Gray has twice commanded a transfer fee when moving clubs, with Droylsden paying Southport £7,000 for his services in 2008 before he moved from Chester to Telford for £9,000 in 2013.

In other news from Cantilever Park, midfielder Sean Williams has become the latest player to commit his future to Paul Carden’s side.

The 25-year-old joined Yellows in November and has gone on to establish himself as a key part of Carden’s midfield.

Warrington chairman Toby Macormac gave his reaction to both pieces of news.

“Tony comes with a good goal-scoring record and brings plenty of experience to the squad,” he said.

“Willo has been around the club for a good few months now and he will be an important part of the midfield set-up next season.”

Carden’s squad for his first full season in charge of Yellows is beginning to take shape, with the commitments of Gray and Williams coming hot on the heels of Dylan Vassallo’s decision to sign a contract with the club.

However, midfielder Lewis Codling has left Warrington to join Skelmersdale United.