Leamington have brought winger Jordan Murphy back on loan from Solihull Moors.
Murphy spent a successful loan spell with the Brakes last season, making his debut as a substitute at Brackley Town on Boxing Day. In all he made 21 appearances and scored two goals, becoming more influential as the season went on.
Manager Paul Holleran was understandably pleased to be able to bring Murphy back to Leamington, saying: “We were aware that there might be an opportunity to be able to bring Jordan back in on loan, and that has turned out to be the case, so we’re delighted to welcome him back to the club.
“With things as they are in the squad at present, with one or two not quite fully fit and with losing Colby Bishop as well, having 11 games in such a short period of time meant that a player like Jordan, who can operate in a number of positions, was something that we needed. He did well for us last year and hopefully he’ll do the same again.”