NEW Tadcaster Albion signing Will Annan could make his third league debut for the club when they travel to Widnes on Saturday afternoon.

The former Scottish under-19s international spent nine years in the academy at Hull City before a short spell at Tadcaster.

He moved to Scarborough Athletic at the end of last season before has now decided to re-join the Brewers.

Of the signing, Tadcaster manager Curtis Woodhouse told the club's website: “I'm delighted to welcome Will back to Tadcaster Albion.

"He’s a player I’ve liked for a while and he first caught my eye when he was at Hull City.

"He will add some real quality and competition to our squad and it’s a really good signing for us.

"We have a really good vibe in the dressing room at the moment, with everybody pulling in the same direction.

"Will fits in well with the principles that I like and I’m sure once he finds his feet and settles into how we want to play he will make a big impact for us.”

Annan, who plays as an attacking midfielder, started for Tadcaster in their 1-1 draw against City of Liverpool in the FA Trophy on Tuesday evening - the replay of which will played at Ings Lane this Tuesday evening (7.45).

And, this weekend, Annan looks set for his third league debut for the Albion as they look for a sixth unbeaten game in the BetVictor Northern Premier League north/west division.

Their opponents Widnes have taken nine points from their eight league games thus far.

The Cheshire club will have overturn their struggling recent form, having lost three of their last four games.

Tadcaster meanwhile have 16 points to their name from just seven league matches, putting them seven points behind league leaders Workington AFC, though the Cumbrian side have played four more matches than the Brewers.

There's also been a departure at Tadcaster, full-back John Lufudu has joined Ashton United.

The former Frickley Athletic defender has played five times for Tadcaster this season including in their 4-2 replay defeat to Ashton in the FA Cup first qualifying round.

He now links up with Ashton who play in a tier higher to Tadcaster in the Northern Premier League premier division.

Elsewhere, Selby Town could move to the top of the Northern Counties East League division one should results go their way on Saturday.

The Robins host 12th-placed Ollerton Town, who have won just two of their first 11 games this season, though the Nottinghamshire-club have lost just once in their last four outings.

Selby meanwhile are on a great run of form and showcased their dangerous attack with a 5-0 win at Swallownest in their most recent fixture - making them the division's highest scoring team.

Six wins have come from their opening eight league games and they're three points behind leaders Skegness Town, who have played a game more than them.

Also, Pickering Town boss Denny Ingram has called for his "threadbare" squad to keep their heads high as they host ninth-placed Clitheroe in the Northern Premier League north/west division.

"Injuries are part and parcel of football so we won't feel sorry for ourselves," Ingram said.

"Results won't change if we don't change them for ourselves."