Harrogate Town have completed their fourth piece of business of the close season, snapping up versatile former Rochdale and Lincoln City forward Jack Muldoon.
The 29-year-old arrives at the CNG Stadium following the expiry of his contract with National League outfit AFC Fylde. He has penned a two-year deal.
Muldoon came through the youth ranks at Scunthorpe United and played for a host of non-league sides until his goalscoring exploits for Worksop Town earned him a move to League One Rochdale in 2014/15.
He subsequently went on to represent Halifax Town then Lincoln City, whom he helped to promotion from the National League, before moving to the west coast with Fylde last year.
“Jack has good experience of the league we will be playing in this year having done so well with Lincoln City, and more recently with Fylde,” Town boss Simon Weaver said of his newest recruit.
“He’s another really good addition. We wanted to bring in another player who gives us options in the forward positions.
“We were looking for someone who is comfortable playing out wide as well as through the centre and Jack ticks that box. He’s good down either side and can also just play just off the strikers.
“It’s all starting to come together. We’ve recruited some excellent players and I’m happy with how things are shaping up.”
Town have already brought in centre-halves Callum Howe and Kelvin Langmead as well as striker Aaron Williams having secured promotion from National League North at the end of 2017/18.