Cheltenham snap up non-league striker Dulson

Cheltenham Town have signed striker Liam Dulson from non-league football.

The 22-year-old scored 26 goals last season, starting the campaign at Ware and then helping Bedford Town win promotion via the Southern League Division One Central play-offs.

Cheltenham said he has signed a "long-term contract" with the League Two club.

“The last few seasons in non-league have been really good. I’ve slowly improved each season with goals and now I think is the time to step up," Dulson said.

Robins boss Michael Flynn said: “Liam is somebody I’ve kept an eye on for a number of years now.

“He’s a striker with a lot of good attributes. He can score with both feet, he’s a very strong lad and he’s come in and already kept up with the lads in the running.

“He’s very hungry and I’m hoping he’s going to be a gem.”