ADVER Sport’s Jonny Leighfield rounds up the latest stories from around League Two.

PORT Vale have signed former Manchester United striker James Wilson on a two-year deal after the 25-year-old was released by Salford at the end of the season.

The former Manchester United forward scored seven goals for the Ammies in Sky Bet League Two last term.

Valiants boss Darrell Clarke told the club’s website: “I’m absolutely delighted that we have managed to bring in James. His pedigree is fantastic and I’m sure he will prove a great attacking threat for us next season.

“He scored seven league goals last season for Salford and played in a wide position in quite a few of those games. He certainly has the potential to score more goals when leading the line.”

BARROW have announced the signing of goalkeeper Paul Farman on a two-year deal.

Farman joins Barrow with over 400 career appearances as preparations begin for a second straight campaign in League Two.

Barrow finished five points above the League Two relegation zone last season and hope Farman, who helped Carlisle to a 10th-place finish last term, can help the Cumbrian outfit improve once again.

The 31-year-old becomes the second player to sign for the Bluebirds from Carlisle this week after Offrande Zanzala signed a two-year contract for Mark Cooper’s side on Monday.

Zanzala, who scored five times in 22 appearances at Brunton Park, turned down new terms with Carlisle to make the cross-county move to the Bluebirds.

EX-NEWPORT midfielder Josh Sheehan has signed for Bolton Wanderers on a two-year deal following the expiration of his Exiles deal.

The 26-year-old Wales international joins Wanderers after four years with Newport, for whom he made 179 appearances and scored 15 goals.

Sheehan, who was named in the League Two Team of the Year, told Bolton’s website: “I’m delighted to sign for such a big club with the ambitions they have.

“That’s one of the reasons why I joined. I want to be part of the journey they are on and get Bolton Wanderers back to where they belong.

“When speaking with the manager he expressed his desire to sign me and told me his ambitions, and that really attracted me to be part of it.”