DAVE Reynolds will hang up his boots after this Saturday's promotion-relegation play-off at Highworth Town and what better way to go out than with a promotion?

A career that has seen him represent Malvern Town and Worcester City on two occassions, as well as stints at Evesham United and Redditch United, will come to an end on Saturday.

But he will always be most fondly remembered for his time with The Hillsiders, where he says there have been "too many goals to count" and after a stellar season in the midfield for Malvern (17 goals), he will be hoping to bow-out on a high.

Manager Lee Hooper paid tribute to a player he has now both played with and now managed.

"He has been tremendous for us, he has been versatile, played in a number of positions and he always does a great job," he said.

"He has gone from not playing as much as he would have wanted at the start of the season to now probably one of the first names on the team sheet.

"Reyno will hang his boots up at the end of the season and hopefully for us and him, it will end in promotion."

Reynolds played with Malvern until he was signed by City back in 2017, where he went on to score 30 goals in his first season before being snapped up by Redditch United.

Things did not quite work out at the Valley Stadium and he returned to Malvern while remaining registered with City. Reynolds then had a stint with Evesham before eventually coming back to Worcester.