Ryan Semple has returned to Boston United - and he wants to bring to good times back to York Street with him.
The winger was unveiled as the first of three new attacking signings that Dennis Greene hopes to bring to York Street by the end of the week.
“Coming back to Boston was a no-brainer for me,” said Semple, who helped the Pilgrims win the UniBond Premier play-off final and two other trophies during his previous three-season spell with the club.
“You look at footballing reasons first and foremost when moving clubs. And this is a side that is capable of pushing for promotion.
“But the other reason I wanted to come back was the fans.
“They’ve always been great to me and the reception I got when I returned with Corby was very humbling.
“Hopefully we can have lots more good times together.”
Semple admitted he was ‘absolutely devastated’ when Jason Lee released him in the summer of 2012.
After spells with Corby Town and Bury Town, Semple was expected to feature in last night’s Skrill North clash with Workington.
“It’s good to be back,” Semple continued.
“The main thing now is trying to create some goals and score a few goals myself.”
Boston have also agreed to extend Sunderland full back Liam Marrs’ loan spell until the end of the season.