Former Bolton Wanderers striker Connor Hall has joined Woking in the National League.

The 22-year-old was a free agent after being let go at the end of his Whites contract.

Hall played eight games on loan for Woking in 2017 and finished last season in the top tier of non-league, scoring three goals in six games on loan at Chorley.

The former Sheffield United man had been with Wanderers since the summer of 2017.

He made four first-team appearances in all, two of those coming under Keith Hill last season.

Hall joined Chorley at the end of January and impressed during his time with the Magpies despite their relegation back to the National League North.

The forward has also previously spent time on loan with Accrington Stanley.

Hall has signed a one-year with Woking who finished 10th in the curtailed National League season.