Wrexham have confirmed that they will complete the signing of Marcus Kelly, once his current deal with Forest Green Rovers expires in a few days’ time.

The 31-year-old midfielder has agreed a one-year contract, after helping the Green Devils to promotion last season.

The long-serving midfielder Kelly was released by Forest Green this summer after originally being signed by former boss David Hockaday following a trial in the summer of 2013.

He then went on to make some 125 appearances for the New Lawn club in four years, after stints with Oxford United, Kettering Town, Mansfield Town and Tamworth.

Born in Kettering, he started out as a youngster with Rushden and Diamonds, going on to play over 150 times for the Nene Park club, making his debut against Bournemouth in 2004.

A short spell with Oxford United followed in 2009, before an extended stay with Kettering Town.

The England C international then had a season with Tamworth (2012/13) before joining Forest Green, four years ago.

Source: www.wrexhamafc.co.uk

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