Solihull Moors is pleased to confirm the permanent signing of Bradley Stevenson, subject to League & FA Approval!

Signing from Billericay Town, Stevenson recorded 46 goal involvements as his former side just missed out on the play-offs.

The 25-year-old netted 26 times whist setting up his teammates a further 20 times, which is an improvement on his first season with Billericay where he scored 21 times and assisted 17 goals in 46 appearances.

The attack minded midfielder picked up the Managers Player of the Season award alongside the Golden Boot award on his final campaign with the Blues.

Stevenson started his career at Gillingham, making his debut for the Gills in the EFL Trophy back in 2016. Since then, the midfielder has played for the likes of Chelmsford City and Welling United in the Vanarama National League South before find form at Billericay.

Upon putting pen-to-paper with Solihull, Stevenson said: “I’m absolutely delighted to get this deal over the line, I’m really looking forward to the challenge ahead.”

“First and foremost, I’m an attacking midfielder. I like to chip in with both goals and assists as much as I can. I’m someone that’s also a good passer of the ball as well.”

“The direction that the Club is going in, with some of the signings that the Club have made, hopefully we can push on and get that promotion this season.”

Director of Football Stephen Ward said of Stevenson's signing: "Brad is a player who will bring a real attacking threat to our side. He is a creative player who has a real eye for goal. Were very happy to have acquired his services and we look forward to working with him."