Penrith AFC have announced two new signings - including a Bermuda-born player.

J'Nai Butterfield-Steede has joined the Northern League Division One side.

The 23-year-old was previously with Kendal Town and has followed manager Chris Humphrey to Frenchfield Park.

Butterfield-Steede has played for a number of non-league clubs in England, having left Bermuda at the age of seven to pursue a football career.

The attack-minded left-back has had spells at Brackley Town, Ilkeston and Kidderminster Harriers before spending the last year with Kendal.

He has now been snapped up by former Jamaica and Preston North End star Humphrey after his appointment as Bonny Blues boss last month.

Penrith have also added former Sunderland academy player Harry Pilkington to their ranks.

The 26-year-old defender has had spells with Guisborough Town, Consett and Billingham Town, while he has also played much of his football overseas, including the captaincy of Warner Pacific College in Portland, Oregon.

He also played for PDX FC in Portland, Vancouver Victory, AS Muret in France and SSV Langenauback 1920 and TSV Bicken in Germany, as well as Welsh outfit Pontypridd Town and Croydon back in England.

Penrith currently sit 16th in the table and are aiming for a third straight win this weekend when they host Whitley Bay on Saturday.