Former Football League forward Kaid Mohamed joins Haverfordwest County
Haverfordwest County have completed the signing of former Football League player Kaid Mohamed.
The 34-year-old had recently been playing in the sixth tier of English football with Chippenham Town after a move from Bath City.
He makes a return to Welsh football after a three-year absence, after a brief spell with Port Talbot Town in the Welsh Premier League, before moving to English Football League side Accrington Stanley.
Haverfordwest County confirmed the news on their official Facebook page, with the hope of Mohamed bringing his Football League experience to a youthful Bluebirds squad.
The West Wales side already have one former Football League player in the ranks, following the marquee signing of Lee Trundle in the summer.
Mohamed who can play as a winger or as a forward has had a fifteen-year playing career, playing for a number of clubs in England and Wales.
A youth academy product of Ely Rangers, the Cardiff born forward has played for sides like Accrington Stanley, AFC Wimbledon, Bristol Rovers, Cheltenham Town and Port Vale.
His success in Welsh football came when he won the Welsh Cup in 2006/2007 with Carmarthen Town with Mohamed scoring twice at Steboneath Park.
Other than his success in Wales, his only other honours were winning the Conference South play-offs with Bath City in 2010, before winning the Conference Premier play-offs with AFC Wimbledon in 2011.
He is in line to make his Bluebirds debut this weekend when Haverfordwest host Division One strugglers Pontypridd Town at the Bridge Meadow in Round Three of the JD Welsh Cup.