Hampshire have signed another all-rounder after James Fuller completed his move from Middlesex on a two-year deal.

The former Gloucestershire star has taken 141 wickets at 33.06 and made 1,101 runs at 19.66 in 49 first-class appearances.

He is also an impressive white-ball bowler with a career record of 164 wickets and 1,144 runs in 128 List A and T20 matches - including a remarkable return of 6-28 against Hampshire in this year's Vitality Blast.

The 28 year-old, who played for England Lions alongside Hampshire wicket keeper-batsman Tom Alsop in 2016 and 2017, said: "I’m really excited about my move to Hampshire.

"I’m looking forward to joining a strong team who have a great white-ball history and who are pushing to win the County Championship.

"I can’t wait to join up after the break in November to get stuck in and work hard towards the club’s goals as well as my own."

Hampshire director of cricket Giles White said: "James is a talented all-round cricketer with the ability to make an impact across all formats – we’re looking forward to welcoming him to the club ahead of 2019."

Fuller is Hampshire's second signing since the season ended, following the move made by Keith Barker, another all-rounder, from Warwickshire last week.

Hampshire now have a very healthy stock of bowling all-rounders now with Fuller and Barker joining the likes of Gareth Berg, Kyle Abbott, Ian Holland and Chris Wood at The Ageas Bowl.