Left-sided defender or midfielder Tom James, who was most recently with Vanarama National League North side Leamington, has joined Evo-Stik League South Premier club Banbury United.
The 28-year-old began his career in the youth structure at Leamington and was part of that club’s Midland Alliance championship-winning squad of season 2006/07.
After moving on to Stratford Town he was spotted by Watford and joined them in the summer of 2011.
Although not making a League appearance for the Hornets, he did make a substitute appearance for them in an FA Cup game against Bradford City.
Released by Watford at the end of season 2011/12, he joined Nuneaton Town, having a loan spell back at Leamington whilst there.
He has since played for Corby Town, Daventry Town, Tamworth, Hednesford Town and Rugby Town (on loan) before returning to the Brakes in the summer of 2016 and was part of their Southern League promotion-winning squad last season.
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