WINGER Arthur Gnahoua has left Kidderminster Harriers to sign for League One side Shewsbury Town.

The 24-year-old was out of contract at Aggborough and joins Paul Hurst's men on a one-year deal after turning down a contract offer from Harriers.

The attacker, who scored 15 goals for the Reds last term, said: "Obviously coming from a lower league to League One is going to be a good experience for me, so I’m looking forward to that.

“I just hope that I can do as well as I did last season and I hope the manager can give me a chance as well.

“I had a really good season with Kidderminster. Unfortunately, we didn’t get promoted, but it was a good team for me to be at and a good experience for me.”

Harriers are also waiting to hear from Zaine Francis-Angol, Darryl Knights, Jordan Tunnicliffe, Tyrell Waite, Tyrone Williams and Elton Ngwatala after they were also offered new terms.