HULLBRIDGE Sports have bolstered their options by completing the coup signing of Liam Nash.

Nash, who started his career with the Isthmian North club, has made the move from National League South side Hemel Hempstead Town.

And Sports boss Darren Manning is overjoyed after acquiring the attacker.

Manning said: “Getting Nashey back home to where it started for him is a huge coup for the club.

“Even though it is only a short-term deal, I’m sure he will make an instant impact and put a smile on plenty of faces.

“But, most importantly for him, he will get back to enjoying his football and playing with a smile on his face.”

Having started his career at the Ryan’s Heating Stadium while Hullbridge were plying their trade in the Essex Senior League, Nash has since enjoyed spells on the books of Billericay Town, Aveley, Great Wakering Rovers and Maldon & Tiptree.

The 23-year-old’s scintillating form for the Jammers resulted in a move into the Football League with Gillingham.

Nash made 12 appearances for the Gills and spent time on loan with Leatherhead and Dulwich Hamlet before securing a fruitful temporary switch to Concord Rangers last season.

After a short spell in the Republic of Ireland with Cork City, Nash returned to England and joined Hemel Hempstead Town in the summer.

However, Nash is now back where his career started.