Myers, 22, starred for the Maccabi GB Open football team who reached the final at the Maccabiah Games in Israel last summer, where they were defeated 3-0 by America.
He played for London Lions in the Spartan South Midlands League in the run-up to the Maccabiah and was invited for a trial at Crawley Town at the start of the season.
Myers later moved to Spain and started training with UCAM Murcia before Hercules offered him a permanent deal.
He said: “Training is difficult. It’s a good intensity and very hot, often we have two sessions a day. I’m pushing myself on and off the pitch. Plus I am in another country, so I just totally focus on football.”
The goalkeeper is currently in the Hercules B squad, who play in the Spanish lower divisions, but hopes for a call-up for the first team if he can impress in training.
Myers said: “Lions played a big part to where I am now. To play at a club where you enjoy everything is very rare. The management, the players and just the whole environment really boosted my confidence after a few setbacks; it helped get me into form again.”