BRIDGWATER Town have announced a third new signing of the week – their third arrival from Street, who resigned from the Southern League last season.

Following in the footsteps of defender Ross McErlain and striker Steve Murray is attacking midfielder Dave O'Hare, who has returned to the Robins for a second spell.

He played for Bridgwater in the 2014/15 season, scoring 18 goals, before spending three seasons at Street, scoring 58 times.

O'Hare commented: "I’m excited to be joining a club with ambition to really kick on.

"I have followed their results over the past season, have been impressed with where the club is heading and want to be a part of that.

"I’m good friends with Pearsey [Dave Pearse, co-manager] and am looking forward to working under him and Karl [Baggaley, fellow co-manager].

"I’m looking forward too to playing with some familiar faces again and in front of big home support, which will be vital as we strive to build on the success of the previous two seasons."

It truly has been a busy week off the pitch for the Robins, as the club also announced that goalkeeper Jake Viney, defenders Tom Ellis and Dave Thorne, midfielders Mark Armstrong, Mike Duffy, Harry Horton and Sam Towler, and forwards Jake Brown, Ian Bellinger and Patrick O'Halloran had all agreed terms to stay.