YORK City have snapped up attacking full-back Joe Felix upon the expiry of his contract. 

Felix joins the Minstermen after a spell with Worthing in the Vanarama National League South, who missed out on promotion in the play-off final to Braintree Town.

The 24-year-old began his career as a scholar with Premier League side Fulham, before making the move across to Queens Park Rangers. 

Felix endured spells with Burgess Hill Town, Woking and Farnborough, before making the permanent move across to Hampton & Richmond Borough. 

The right-back would go on to gain valuable experience with Maidstone United, Billericay Town and Torquay United in the Vanarama National League, making nine appearances at York's level. 

Felix would find regular game time back in the National League South with Dulwich Hamlet, making 43 appearances and only missing three matches due to a suspension, before earning a move to Worthing under current City boss Adam Hinshelwood. 

The versatile full-back, who can play across the back line, featured 52 times with the Rebels, notching up 15 assists and three goals in his time with Worthing.

His impressive performances were backed up at the end of the season by his peers, picking up the Player’s Player of the Season award.

Felix will provide needed depth to the right-back position belonging to Ryan Fallowfield, whilst also being able to play at left-back too.

Felix joins goalkeeper Harrison Male in City's signings for the day.