Blackpool’s Michael Nottingham is relishing the chance of a reunion with his former club in Friday’s FA Cup second-round clash away to Solihull Moors, the Blackpool Gazette report.

The 29-year-old spent four years at Solihull prior to his move to Salford City, making 106 appearances.

The right-back will be desperate to start the BBC-televised tie (7.55pm kick-off) against his former employees, having been a substitute at Doncaster Rovers on Tuesday.

Asked about his feelings on the draw, Nottingham said: “I was very happy with it. I was praying to go back there.

“I spent four amazing years there and won the league. It was a good part of my development to where I am now.

“It’s a nice family club, where everyone gets behind each other. It’s an up and coming club going in the right direction.

“I always look out for the results of all my old clubs, so Solihull is definitely one I look out for all the time.”

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