Lancaster City have added winger Luke Jordan to their squad, the 20 year old arrives from Chester FC.
"He's one of the fastest players I've seen in non-league" said Dollies boss Mark Fell, "he's an athletic lad, great in the air, delivers good quality in the box and can play either wide or as a forward."
Luke was a young professional at Morecambe, playing 7 first team games for the Shrimps before leaving in the summer. He had a short spell at Ramsbottom before being snapped up by Chester to help their National League North challenge and the Seals will retain his National League registration. "he's a player I know well," added Fell, "he's and honest lad, full of energy. Luke is an absolute flying machine and that's something we don't have. He can play wide of on the last man so again it gives us more options during games. He needs to be playing week in, week out and I genuinely think he's got what it takes to go back into the full time game – so to get Luke in our attacking armoury is a great coup for the club."
Jordan is cup tied for the FA trophy but is expected to feature for the Dolly Blues tomorrow at North Ferriby
Updated 11:09 - 8 Jan 2019 by Shane Hudson