Nuneaton Town have secured the services of talented winger, Greg Mills, from Tamworth on a contract that runs up until the end of the 2017/18 season.
“He’s a player that was with me at Corby Town where he scored 53 goals in 110 appearances,” said manager, Tommy Wright.
“I’ve made no secret since I came here that he was a key target for me and I am delighted to be able to bring him to the club.
“He loves to run at the opposition and will excite the supporters.
“He brings something different to the table and will improve us. I rate him as one of the best attacking players in this League and I thank the Chairman for allowing me to bring him here.”
Mills came through the ranks at Derby County, during which time he had loan spells with the likes of Solihull Moors, Macclesfield Town and AFC Telford, whom he joined permanently in 2011.
His previous clubs also include Worcester City, Boston United and Barrow before he joined Tamworth via a highly successful spell at Corby Town, in the summer of 2016.
Boro have also completed the loan signing of Ben O’Hanlon from Wolves.
The 20 year-old, who played under manager, Tommy Wright, on loan at Corby Town and has had loan spells this term both here and at AFC Telford, will remain at The Coombe Abbey Arena for the rest of the season.
“Ben is an extremely talented left-back,” said Wright without hesitation. “He was with me at Corby and I recommended him to Nuneaton earlier this season.
“He loves to attack and is tenacious in the tackle. He fits perfectly into what we are doing here and I am keen to get him playing to the levels that his ability deserves.
“This is another key signing for us and I am pleased to have him on board. The Chairman has backed me and I am most grateful.”
Progressing through the ranks at Molineux to sign a professional deal in February 2014, O’Hanlon has also represented England at Under-16, 17 and 18 levels.