Wrexham Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of defender Kevin Roberts from FC Halifax Town for an undisclosed fee.
The 27-year-old completed his medical at My Racecourse this afternoon and has put pen to paper on a two-year contract with the club.
Roberts, a right-back by trade who can also play further up the field, started off his career with the old Chester City in their youth set-up.
He signed professional terms with the club in 2007, going on to make 81 appearances for the Blues and scoring seven times.
His contract was terminated after the demise of the club in February 2010 and he immediately signed for then National League outfit Cambridge United, on a short term deal until the end of that season.
Roberts then signed a one-year deal with the Abbey Stadium side in the summer, after impressing during his initial stay with the U's.
After a brief loan spell at Brackley Town, he remained with United until May 2014, helping them win promotion to League Two via the play-offs.
He signed for FC Halifax Town just a week later, where he went on to make 106 appearances while scoring two goals. In fact, Halifax announced his initial signing with the Shaymen alongside our new striker Scott Boden.
Last season Kevin was promoted to the Vanarama National League with Halifax, via the play-offs, following their relegation a year earlier.
I'm sure you will join us in welcoming Kevin to North Wales, as we look forward to seeing him in action for the Dragons.