KOLE Hall has become Radcliffe’s latest international after being called up by Bermuda for their upcoming World Cup qualifiers.

The forward follows in the footsteps of team-mate Raheem Hanley who was recently on duty with St Kitts and Nevis.

Hall is in line to face Suriname on June 4 and the Cayman Islands five days later.

Tipped for a bright future, he is one of a number of players to commit to the club for next year as Lee Fowler looks to have his side competing at the sharp end of the Northern Premier League Premier Division.

After two curtailed campaigns at the helm, Fowler has retained the services of captain Matty Crothers, striker Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro and experienced former Bury keeper Cameron Belford among others.

Fowler himself has also penned a new two-year deal at the Neuven Stadium having enjoyed working with chairman Paul Hilton during an unprecedented year.