Wright left Darlington after slipping down the pecking order at The Arena
Kidderminster Harriers have signed former Darlington striker Tommy Wright on non-contract terms.
The 26-year-old told
BBC Hereford and Worcester
he is hoping to earn himself a longer deal.
"I came down last Wednesday for the behind-closed-doors friendly against Walsall and that went well," he said.
"Obviously I am delighted to sign and it gives me the chance to try to impress and hopefully earn myself a bigger contract."
Wright's arrival at Aggborough is a timely one as Harriers' experienced striker Steve Guinan is about to begin a three-match ban following his red card in the
5-2 midweek defeat at Fleetwood Town.
Kidderminster boss Steve Burr
“Tommy is a good player and someone who is keen to come in and prove himself”
Wright's former clubs include Barnsley and Leicester City, and he also enjoyed a two-year spell with SPL side Aberdeen, who paid £75,000 for his services.
He twice featured for Darlington against Harriers last season and impressed the Aggborough club's manager Steve Burr.
"This is a deal that suits both parties really, especially with us losing Steve Guinan for three games," said Burr.
"Tommy is a good player and someone who is keen to come in and prove himself.
"He has a good opportunity to try to earn himself something more permanent and we're looking forward to working with him."