Vanarama National League club Solihull Moors have signed experienced striker Nathan Blissett from League Two strugglers Macclesfield Town for an undisclosed fee.
Blissett joined the Silkmen back in January 2018, originally on loan, and proved to be an integral part of their National League championship-winning side.
He scored 5 crucial goals during the title run-in last season – including a dramatic last-gasp winner against Gateshead which propelled Macc back to the top of the National League at the end March.
The 6`5” centre-forward first came to prominence with an eye-catching spell at Romulus.
That form earned him a move to Kidderminster Harriers in 2012. From there, he had loan spells at Cambridge United, Hednesford Town and Bristol Rovers, eventually joining the latter on a permanent basis.
He was part of the Rovers team promoted to the Football League in 2014/15, then had loan spells at Tranmere Rovers and Lincoln City before arriving at Torquay United.
He went to score 12 goals in 41 games for Torquay and his form saw him move to Plymouth Argyle in the 2017 January transfer window.
Blissett was regular in the Argyle squad for the opening months of this season but completed a loan move to Macclesfield in January for the remainder of the campaign.