Curzon Ashton have brought back their former captain Sam Walker on a loan from Stockport County.
Walker, 30, captained the Nash in the back-to-back promotion campaigns that saw the club rise to the National League North. He made 206 appearances at the heart of the midfield, scoring 41 goals in four seasons.
He signed for FC Halifax Town for the 2015/16 season and moved to league rivals Salford City in 2016. Walker then linked up with Stockport County for the start of this campaign.
Walker said of his return to Curzon Ashton: “It feels great to be back. From the minute I walked back through the doors, seeing all the old faces, it feels like I’ve never been away.
“The welcome back I’ve received has been very humbling and something that makes the club so special. I’m looking forward to playing and winning as many games as possible for this great club.”