Boro boss Spencer Day has got his man, as Bradbury seals a move across The Vanarama National League South this week.

Harvey is the son of former AFC Bournemouth striker and then Manager, Lee Bradbury.

Throughout his senior career, Bradbury has been with Portsmouth, Watford, Oxford United and Millwall, with numerous loan spells into Non-League to aid his development.

After his release from Millwall, he signed for Oxford City in August 2020 and went on to score 15 goals in 38 games.

Since April 2022, The Yellows’ new striker went on to play for Welling United (2 goals in 8 appearances), Gosport Borough (3 goals in 10 appearances), Dorchester Town (4 goals in 14 games) and Dartford (10 goals in 31 appearances) twice.

We are pleased to welcome Harvey to the Club to help the team push on with the second half of the season.

Manager Spencer Day said: “He was one of my major targets in the summer. He’s a fabulous player, he’s visited the club quite a lot and we’re much more local as he lives in Portsmouth.

“Harvey’s six-foot-three, he’s strong, he’ll run through a wall. I know he’s very popular at Dartford. We were desperate to get him in and he wanted to come.”

“We’ve paid a fee, which is quite staggering for us. He runs as well, he’s got so much energy, scores goals and we’re delighted to get him. Very, very exciting.

“He’s something different to what we’ve got. He’s a real threat, he’ll bully centre halves and I know he’ll become a fans’ favourite very, very quickly. Absolutely thrilled to get Harvey over the line.”

Upon signing on the dotted line, Harvey added: “I’m delighted to be here and can’t wait to meet the fans at home on Saturday!”

Harvey has been allocated shirt number 9.

View the updated Squad list here.