Guiseley AFC have signed their former midfielder David Syers.
The 28-year-old was released by Sky Bet League One side Rochdale at the end of last season and played in the Lions` friendlies against Leeds United and Knaresborough Town while training with the club in the hope of obtaining a return to League football.
However, Syers, who played non-League football for the likes of Ossett Albion, Farsley Celtic, Harrogate Town and Guiseley before being given a League chance by Bradford City in the summer of 2010.
He played fifty-five games for the Bantams, scoring 10 goals, and then joined Doncaster Rovers in June 2012.
He made thirty-four appearances for Rovers as well as having a loan spell at Scunthorpe United before joining the Iron on a more permanent basis in January 2014.
Two years and thirty-one games later he was signed by Rochdale on a contract until the end of last season.