VERSATILE George Forsyth has handed Worcester City a boost by signing on the dotted line for the new season.
The 21-year-old agreed terms with the Blue and Whites just hours after John Snape’s men were dealt a blow when Robbie Bunn and Nathan Hayward moved on, despite initially agreeing to sign for City.
Forsyth first joined Worcester on loan from Gloucester City last August and made his debut away against Coventry United, before joining on a permanent basis in October.
‘Fozzy’ initially signed to provide competition for his favoured position as a centre midfielder.
However, he was also used in a variety of positions including at right-back and centre-back as he racked up 36 appearances for City, scoring five goals.
His versatility proved to be an asset for Snape during the latter stages of the campaign in the Midland League Premier Division and the midfielder was a popular figure with the City faithful, winning three player of the month awards and sponsors player of the season.
“I’m 21, playing week in, week out and crossing the white line every Saturday enjoying my football is most important thing,” he said.