ADAM Millson has become the final piece of the Pilgrims’ puzzle.
The midfielder signed a deal with Boston United this week, becoming the last summer signing for bosses Lee Canoville and Jason Lee.
After training with the club pre-season, and also turning out for the reserves, Canoville said Millson will be brought back to the club as part of the first-team squad.
“He’s signed a deal to stay here,” he said.
“He brings another dimension to the squad.”
Millson was the club’s Player of the Year in 2009, but two broken legs sidelined him, before he was released by previous managers Rob Scott and Paul Hurst.
United have also added keeper Ricky Drury plus midfielders Liam Ogden and Harry Deane to the squad, after they signed Blue Square Bet North forms.
The trio are expected to play most of their football for the reserves, and may be joined by some first teamers.
Canoville added: “Whoever’s not playing will be out with the reserves.
“We can’t expect anyone to go a month without football then be thrown into a game in front of 2,000 people with no match fitness.
“We want to strengthen the bridge between the two teams.”