Welling United are delighted to confirm the arrival of striker Adam Roscrow on loan from Cymru Premier side The New Saints.

The 28-year old former AFC Wimbledon forward arrives at the J Hearnden Skip Hire Community Stadium on an initial deal until January 1st.

Wales-born Roscrow began his senior career with Neat, before joining Llantwit Major in 2012 and Pontardawe Town in 2013.

His career took him to Cardiff Metropolitan University in the Welsh top flight in 2014 where he netted an impressive 34 goals in 79 league appearances, prompting then-League One side Wimbledon to bring him to south London in 2019, while also picking up a pair of caps for Wales C.

In total, Roscrow represented the Dons’s first-team on 22 occasions, including 17 league outings and netting twice, including his first goal for the club in an EFL Trophy clash with Charlton Athletic which took place at Loftus Road in September 2020.

After two seasons in England, he returned to Wales with The New Saints and has taking in loans with a return to Cardiff Metropolitan University and Bala Town over the last two campaigns and he now becomes Danny Bloor’s latest signing as he looks to bolster the Wings’ front line.

Speaking after securing his new striker, Wings boss Danny Bloor said: “It’s been no secret I’ve wanted to bring in an experienced striker. Adam has been our target for a couple of weeks, so we’re delighted to be able to get him in with us.

“I think he’ll make a major impact for the club.”

Roscrow is eligible to make his Welling debut on Saturday afternoon against St Albans City.