Workington Reds have bolstered their promotion push with the signing of former Hartlepool frontman Scott Fenwick.

The 31-year-old is set to join the Borough Park club subject to international clearance.

Fenwick was last with Scottish outfit Forfar Athletic.

He will now add his experience to Chris Willcock's side as they bid for Northern Premier League North West success.

Gateshead-born Fenwick, who had a spell at Gretna as a young player, burst onto the scene for Hartlepool after joining them from Dunston UTS in 2014.

The marksman his 12 first-team goals for Pools in two campaigns, including a crucial strike against Exeter in 2015 which helped keep the north east club in the Football League.

Fenwick went on to play for Tranmere, York and Darlington, before further spells with Chelmsford, Blyth Spartans, Cork City and Forfar, his spell with the latter club starting in March this year.

He hit four goals in 13 appearances for the Scottish League Two side but left the Loons in the summer.

Workington sit second in NPL North West, having beaten Clitheroe 1-0 at Borough Park on Saturday to keep on the tails of leaders Marine.

They host Glossop North End this Saturday.