WARRINGTON Town have added to their squad ahead of tomorrow’s clash with Matlock Town.

Winger Luke Wall has joined Paul Carden’s side from National League North side Altrincham and is available to make his debut at Cantilever Park tomorrow.

Wall, 22, has also turned out for Witton Albion this season and his brief stint with Yellows’ Cheshire neighbours caught the eye of Alty boss Phil Parkinson, who snapped him up and he has since made 12 appearances for the Robins.

Having started his career at Blackburn Rovers, Wall has also turned out for Accrington Stanley, Welsh side Bangor City – for whom he played in Europa League qualifiers – and Curzon Ashton.

Wall’s arrival comes as a much-needed boost for Yellows, who have seen Ben Garrity leave for Blackpool and Jack Dunn join Southport on loan in the past few days.