Ryan Semple has returned to Boston United.
The winger - who helped the Pilgrims win three trophies during his previous spell at York Street - was announced as the club’s latest signing last night.
Semple joined United during the 2009-10 campaign, where he scored on his debut - the 4-1 victory at Durham.
He went on to help Boston win the UniBond Premier play-off final, the UniBond League Cup and the Lincs Senior Shield that season.
In total, Semple went on to play 79 times for the Pilgrims, scoring nine times for the side over the space of three seasons.
However, an injury-hit third campaign saw former manager Jason Lee decide to release him during the summer of 2012.
Since then he has played for Corby Town and Bury Town.
Bury have waived United’s seven-day approach, meaning the wideman will be eligible to feature tonight as Boston host Workington (KO 7.45pm).
Two more new faces are expected to arrive at York Street by Sunday.