Former Grimsby Town winger Nathan Arnold looks set to make a return to football after revealing he plans to reverse his decision to retire.

The 31-year-old called time on his career after leaving Boston United back in October last year, having joined the Pilgrims just four months previously.

Arnold is best remembered by Town fans for his part in the side that earned promotion back to the EFL in 2016 with victory over Forest Green Rovers at Wembley.

“I’m thinking about making a return to football next season,” Arnold posted in a message on Twitter.

“I’m still only 31 and I have some great years left ahead of me. This feeling that I have, alongside much encouragement to come back from friends and family, has inspired me to make a return to football.

“It has been perfect timing for me personally after spending 14 years in the game. The past year has allowed me to get some much needed respite and explore all areas of my life and has rejuvenated me, which brings great excitement about what the future holds.”

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