EASTLEIGH have lured another talent from the Football League, with Tristan Abrahams becoming the Spitfires’ latest recruit, subject to FA and National League approval.

Abrahams joins the National League outfit fresh off the back of helping Grimsby Town earn promotion via the play-offs last term.

The striker had been on loan with the Mariners from League Two side Carlisle United, before becoming Lee Bradbury’s sixth signing of the summer.

Starting his career with Leyton Orient, Abrahams has largely played in the EFL, with a few loan spells in non-league.

After being spotted by Norwich City in the summer of 2017, Abrahams spent time back on loan at Orient, as well as spells in League Two with Exeter City and Yeovil Town.

Upon his release from Norwich he linked up with Newport County, where he against spent time on loan at Leyton Orient.

In total, Abrahams made 74 appearances and scored 18 times for the Welsh side.

Speaking on his arrival, 23-year-old Abrahams said: "I'm buzzing to be here, it's a great club with good ambition so I can't wait to get going.

"Once I spoke with the gaffer about a week ago, I knew I wanted to be here and play under him.

“I think the squad are just looking forward to getting going now."