WEYMOUTH have announced the signing of winger Claudio Ofosu, following a successful trial period with the club.

Ofosu, 23, is the Terras' 13th signing this summer and wore the number ten shirt against Portland United and Bridport.

He made a significant impact in each of those games, including teeing up Brad Ash for the first of Weymouth's goals in the 10-0 hammering of Bridport.

Ofosu has youth experience at Stevenage and enjoyed subsequent loan spells at Mildenhall Town and Kings Langley in 2018.

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He moved permanently from Stevenage to St. Neots Town but lasted only until January 2019 as Biggleswade Town came calling, before making a summer move to their near neighbours Royston Town.

It was after a season with Royston that then National League Hartlepool moved for Ofosu in 2020.

He played 12 times for the EFL promotion-winning side, with all but one of his 12 appearances coming at the very start of that season, scoring once in a 4-0 win over Maidenhead United.

In the summer of 2021, Kettering landed the winger until January 2022, scoring once in a 1-0 win over Bradford Park Avenue, before making a move to Spennymoor Town for the remainder of the season.

He was then released and has been with Weymouth this summer before securing a deal.

Weymouth boss David Oldfield said: "We are again delighted to welcome a new signing to Weymouth FC.

"Claudio has been in the group and worked well during pre-season and we are excited to get an agreement done.

"Claudio has played at a good level before and we are looking for him to strive to reach his potential.

"He's a player who can play various positions and is a great person to have at the club."

Ofosu joins Harrison Bruton, Nathan Carlyle, Dan Matsuzaka, Harry Kyprianou, Jack Seddon, Brad Ash, Cameron Murray, Luke Nippard, Tom Blair, Tom Bearwish, Ahkeem Rose and Xander McBurnie in committing for next season.