Coalville Town have confirmed that former favourite Ant Carney has re-signed for the Evo-Stik League Premier club.
The 28-year-old has been away for almost four years after departing for local neighbours Barwell, who at the time were a level higher.
He enjoyed a successful time there before picking up a serious knee injury that has kept him out from football for over a year.
The club and Carney himself are keen to stress that from now until the end of the season he will complete his come back from the injury and be an impact substitute with next season very much the plan for a starting spot.
He described the move back as `the right choice` due to his relationship with the fans and chairman and it was a no brainer after a discussion with manager Tommy Brookbanks that Coalville was the place he wanted to come too.
All being well, Carney will be in the squad to face Stafford Rangers next Tuesday.
— Coalville Town FC (@CoalvilleTownFC) January 18, 2018