Nuneaton Town have strengthened their squad with the signing of Adam Dawson, who was a free agent after leaving National League side Kidderminster Harriers recently by mutual consent.
The 23-year-old had two loan spells with Boro last season scoring 5 goals in eleven appearances.
National League rules state that players who are free agents outside of the transfer window, and who have played in that league during the season, are unable to sign for another team at the same level or above – meaning that Dawson must drop down.
The Bury-born winger said: “It’s great to back at the Boro again.
“I loved my time here last season and was gutted when the team got relegated. The fans were brilliant and made me feel very welcome even though I was only here for a handful of games on loan.
“Things are a bit different this time around – it’s a completely new set up with Kevin Wilson and Steve Chettle in charge and a fresh squad of players who train full time. Even the pitch is different – it’s bigger and in great condition which suits the way I like to play.
“I had no hesitation in signing and can’t wait to get started. I’ll be doing everything I can to help the club win as many games as possible and maintain the push for promotion.”
Wilson added: “Adam is a good player and will add even more competition for places in the team.
“He knows the club and the fans well so he should feel at home straight away – I’m delighted that we’ve signed him.”