Moors boss Graeme Lee has completed a deal to bring Chorley front man David Moyo to The Brewery Field on a loan deal which is set to run until the beginning of March.
With Glen Taylor still sidelined with a knee injury, Lee has been keen to further strengthen his attacking options and the 29-year-old Zimbabwe international has now arrived at the Club on loan.
The experienced forward joined Chorley in September after spending last season plying his trade in League Two with Barrow following his return to England from a three-year spell in Scotland.
Moyo came through the ranks at Northampton Town, going on to sign professional terms with The Cobblers and earning senior experience through loan spells at Kettering Town, Corby Town and Stamford.
In 2015, the striker’s loan stay at Brackley Town was turned permanent and he enjoyed a successful two years with The Saints before moving on to Hemel Hempstead Town and St Albans City.
His eye-catching performances earned him a switch to then Scottish Premier League outfit Hamilton Academical and he became an instant hero when he scored the winner in their Lanarkshire derby triumph at rivals Motherwell.
The following summer Moyo put pen to paper on a new three-year deal with The Accies and there was further joy when he was called up to the senior Zimbabwe squad in November 2020.
Moyo boasted the most assists of any player in the Scottish Championship during the 2021/22 campaign and that earned him a move back south of the border when he signed for Barrow.
Moyo, whose loan deal will run until 6th March, has been handed squad number 20 and will now go into contention to make his Moors debut in Saturday’s fixture against Tamworth at The Lamb Ground.