York City have announce that three-time Clubman of the Year Daniel Parslow has this afternoon rejoined the Club on loan until the end of the season, subject to National League approval.
The 31-year-old has moved from League Two Cheltenham Town for the remainder of the 2016/17 campaign and returns to a club where he enjoyed nine years of his career.
Having come through the Cardiff City Academy as a youngster, Parslow left Wales for North Yorkshire in August 2006 and started what would turn out to be a long association with the Minstermen.
A virtual ever-present under a number of managers during his time at Bootham Crescent, the former Wales Under-21 international experienced his greatest success under current boss Gary Mills in the 2011/12 season.
Victory in the FA Trophy Final at Wembley in May 2012 was followed eight days later by promotion to the EFL, ending the Club’s eight year stay in the National League.
The following campaign saw Parslow miss only one game as City retained their fourth tier status and he was duly rewarded with a new contract and handed the Clubman of the Year trophy for a record breaking third time having previously collected the Billy Fenton Trophy at the end of the 2008/09 and 2010/11 season.
Knee ligament damage curtailed his involvement in 2013/14 and having regained full fitness ahead of the following campaign, the defender-cum-midfielder was allowed to join Grimsby Town where he helped the Mariners to the National League Promotion Final.
At the end of his contract with the Minstermen in 2015, Parslow signed for recently relegated Cheltenham Town and went on to play 50 times as the Robins clinched promotion back to League Two at the first attempt with 101 points. His efforts were once again recognised, as his teammates voted him their Player of the Year.
Following Town’s return to the EFL, Parslow has since made a total of 29 appearances in all competitions, the last in a Boxing Day fixture against Barnet.
Source: York City FC