Dior Angus turned his loan spell with Barrow AFC into a permanent transfer this week, but defender Kyle Jameson won’t be doing likewise after he signed for National League rivals AFC Fylde yesterday.

Jameson has signed for the Coasters, who just missed on promotion to the Football League via the play-offs, on a two year-contract after he was released by West Bromwich Albion.

The 20-year-old spent last season on loan with the Bluebirds and recovered from an uncertain start to look like a very promising young centre-back.

Jameson made 25 league appearances while at AFC, including both festive fixtures against Fylde, and scored one goal for them, their consolation during a 3-1 defeat at Barnet.

Jameson told the Fylde’s website: “I’m one that likes to play out through the back – I’m not one to hoof it, I like to play through the lines.

“I’ve watched a few matches and I’ve seen AFC Fylde like to play attacking football, which is what you need. They’re a footballing team, and that’s perfect for me.”

Fylde manager Dave Challinor added: “He’s young, with lots of potential – and the big thing with him is he’s a left-sided centre back, which is a position we’ve been looking to bring in for a while.

“He’s a good size and is comfortable on the ball, and he had a really successful loan spell with Barrow last year.”