Ricky Miller is a Boston United player once again.
The Pilgrims have just confirmed that the striker will re-join the club as Dennis Greene continues to put together a side he believes will be competitive in the 2013-14 Conference North season.
Miller - who has recently played at Spalding United and Stamford - played 12 games for United at the end of the 2008-09 UniBond Premier season, after being snapped up by Steve Welsh.
During that spell, he netted six times to help Boston escape the drop.
Miller marked his home debut with a hat-trick in the 5-0 demolition of Prescot Cables.
However, his most important goal was a well-taken individual goal which earned the points in a 1-0 victory at Hednesford Town.
He also scored against Bradford Park Avenue and Marine.
However, Miller left the Pilgrims in the summer, after being told he didn’t feature in new managers Rob Scott and Paul Hurst’s plans.
The men who went on to replace Miller that following season - Marc Newsham and Spencer Weir-Daley - will now be his teammates.