Riverside Olympic have turned to a favourite son to solve their goal-scoring woes.
With just 10 goals and two wins in 12 games since returning to statewide competition, the Roos have warmly welcomed English striker Chris Wademan back to Windsor Park.
The Yorkshireman was a popular goal-scoring sensation in the 2014 Northern Premier League and will be a valuable addition to a side languishing second from bottom of NPL Tasmania.
Coach Alex Gaetani said he hoped Wademan would reverse the team's prospects in the second half of the season.
"I think he brings something we don't have, someone that really knows how to score goals and takes chances when they come," he said.
"He is not here to take anybody's spot, he just adds another element and is a quality player and person.
"He's been waiting to come back for a few years, it's good to have him and hopefully we can keep him."
Hailing from Leeds, Wademan helped Silsden gain promotion to the premier division of the North West Counties Football League.
The 24-year-old flew out of Manchester earlier this week, should arrive in Tasmania on Wednesday and will be available to play in Riverside's Northern Championship match at Devonport on Saturday.
Olympic's NPL side is without a game after their fixture at Valley Road was postponed due to Devonport's Lakoseljac Cup final.
Wademan will initially be with Riverside for three months.
Rhys Kinslow is Olympic's top scorer this season with three goals while Mitch Jones and Aaron Campbell have two each.
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