WINGER Connor Hughes has become Warrington Town’s third signing of the summer.

The 24-year-old, who has experience of playing in the Football League with Oldham Athletic, arrives at Cantilever Park from Worcester City.

After fully recovering from a knee injury that ended his 2016-17 season early, Hughes will join the squad for their first day of pre-season training on Saturday.

“After signing two strikers, we were keen to strengthen on the flanks and Connor is a player that can play on both the left and right side,” Yellows chairman Toby Macormac said.

“He clearly has decent pedigree, having moved clubs for a fee less than a year ago, and his injury wasn’t as bad as first feared.

“Our pre-season starts this weekend, and Cards (manager Paul Carden) is looking forward to welcoming the three new signings, players invited back from last season and a few trialists as we gear up for the pre-season games.”

After making eight appearances in League One for Oldham, Hughes scored eight goals in 44 games during a two-year spell at Hyde before stints at Halifax and Bradford Park Avenue.

He joined Worcester for an undisclosed fee late last year but suffered a knee injury on New Year’s Day.

Hughes joins strikers Josh Hine and Tony Gray as new editions for Yellows, whose first pre-season test is a trip to Barnton on Tuesday, July 11.

The club is also hosting a supporters club meeting at the Warrington Town Sports & Social Club on Saturday, where the club’s new away kit and season ticket details for the new campaign will be revealed.