James Hayter signs for Hawks

James Hayter in action for Doncaster against Pompey in 2011. Picture: Barry Zee
James Hayter in action for Doncaster against Pompey in 2011. Picture: Barry Zee
Wes Fogden is brought down against Hemel Hempstead. Picture: Keith Woodland

Bradbury: There’s more to come from Hawks

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The Hawks have completed the signing of former Bournemouth and Doncaster Rovers forward James Hayter.

The 36-year-old was released by Yeovil Town at the end of last season.

He has now joined fellow hitmen Marvin Morgan and Matt Paterson in sealing a move to Westleigh Park this summer.

Hayter scored 93 goals in 359 appearances for the Cherries before netting 33 in 162 for Donny.

At Yeovil, the striker netted 25 times in 119 games but has now agreed to drop down into National League south with the Hawks.

‘It’s another huge signing for us,’ said Bradbury.

‘James is a player who has scored throughout his career and will bring a lot of experience to the side.

‘He’s moved to the area and phoned to see if we would be interested.

‘I had a chat with him and he ticked all the boxes.’