Holbeach United manager Darren Jarvis can’t wait to work again with Kieron Davies.
The right-winger has agreed terms to play for the Tigers next season.
Jarvis said: “He played for me five years ago at Blackstones as an 18-year-old.
“He was outstanding for us to secure a move to St Neots Town where he went on to win the league title.
“He joined King’s Lynn Town but then moved out of the area and spent last season at Loughborough Dynamo.
“By his own admission he has not been as fit as he could have been in the past but he’s already in the process of his pre-season work.
“He’s an exciting player. I know he enjoyed playing for me and I enjoyed managing him so it’s great to be back together.
“His delivery from dead-ball situations and open play is right up there.
“He can play wide on the right or as a third striker but I’m sure our strikers will be able to capitalise on Kieron’s crosses.
“He has moved back to the Holbeach area and he’s very happy to come here.”
Jarvis revealed the Tigers are confident of keeping Matt Warfield and Ben Brown.
Holbeach are also close to completing deals for more additions to the squad.
Jarvis added: “We’ve got two or three players who could come on board in the next few days.
“We want four or five to add to the new-look squad. We are looking in good shape for next season.”