Frome Town FC are delighted to confirm the signing of Lewis Ellington from Western League side Bradford Town
The forward made his debut for The Robins during their 2-1 away win at Cirencester Town on Tuesday night, following his switch from Trowbridge Road.
Injuries curtailed Ellington's impressive spell in Bristol Rovers academy, where he scored over 30 goals in their Youth and Development sides.
He would go on to restart his career in Non-League with the likes of Bath City and Chippenham Town, before injuries struck again.
Manager Danny Greaves is delighted to have added the raw potential and desire of Ellington to his squad.
He said: "I'm happy to bring Lewis in to the club. With Will Hailston unexpectedly leaving, Ryan Bath having been away, and Jon Davies picking up a knock I felt it was important to add to the squad.
"We know Lewis is not the finished article, but we also believe he has massive potential and a burning desire to get his career back on track, and I think we can help him with that.
"If we can get him fit, and confidence flowing I'm sure he will go from strength to strength."
Ellington can't wait to get started at Badgers Hill and can't wait to show the fans what he can do.
He said: "Really happy to sign for Frome Town, delighted to be joining such a big club within the area, and looking forward to showing the gaffer and the fans what I can offer"
Ellington will wear the number 12 whilst with the club, and will be available for today's Buildbase FA Trophy tie at Thame United.