Darryl Knights has rejoined Kidderminster Harriers after leaving National League side Solihull Moors.
The 28-year-old made over 100 appearances here at Aggborough between 2008 and 2010, and returns to Worcestershire having called time on a successful stint with the Moors.
He’s penned a contract here until the end of the current season.
A former Yeovil Town player, Darryl went on to feature for Newport County after leaving Aggborough, joining Moors in 2012 and going on to play the better part of 150 games, including during last season’s title-winning campaign in this division.
A striker turned attacking midfielder, Darryl could make a second Harriers debut in this weekend’s Buildbase FA Trophy match against AFC Telford United at Aggborough.
“Since I came here the first time I’ve moved to the area and my kids go to school around here, said Darryl of his return.
“When I got the opportunity to come back I was delighted.”