YORK City have begun their Summer business in style - bringing in prolific goalscorer Ollie Pearce to cap off a fourth signing in an hour. 

Adam Hinshelwood has re-visited his former club Worthing to help bolster his attacking ranks at York, completing the signing of striker Pearce. 

Worthing confirmed on social media on Friday afternoon that Pearce had opted to not extend his contract, eager to explore an opportunity at a higher level in the footballing pyramid. 

Pearce, aged 28, had linked back up with Hinshelwood after the pair had previously worked together for five years at Worthing.

The forward was reportedly of interest to a number of EFL and Vanarama National League sides, having scored an incredible 43 goals in 46 matches last campaign, as Worthing narrowly missed out on promotion to the fifth tier to Braintree Town. 

Pearce began his footballing career with lower league side Bognor Regis Town aged 17, going on to enjoy a fruitful spell with the Rocks. 

The striker would play his part in Bognor Regis reaching the Isuzu FA Trophy finals in 2016, whilst also having spells with Midhurst & Easbourne as well as with the England Colleges. 

Pearce would make the move to Worthing 2019, winning the Golden Boot accolade in his debut season with the Rebels, netting 35 goals. 

Worthing's key man would reach 100 goals in just 178 appearances, before breaking records too, bagging in ten consecutive matches as well as earning a spot in the Vanarama National League South Team of the Season after breaking the 30 goal barrier again. 

Having now netted over 150 goals for Worthing, the striker ended his career with the Rebels after a phenomenal 43 strikes in 46 matches. 

Pearce joins Harrison Male, Joe Felix, and Ashley Nathaniel-George in committing to the Minstermen today.