Evo-Stik League North club Mossley AFC have re-signed striker Mike Fish for a fourth spell at Seel Park.
The experienced front man, now 32, originally joined Mossley under Gerry Quinn’s management from Stalybridge Celtic in September 2007 and made a scoring debut for the Lilywhites when coming on as a substitute in an away game at Bamber Bridge.
He made thirteen starts and eighteen substitute appearances that season, scoring 5 goals.
He went on to become leading scorer for Mossley in the 2008/09 with 20 goals from thirty-three starts and ten sub appearances under Chris Willcock.
Fish then transferred to Curzon Ashton in the close season of 2009 but returned to Mossley in November 2009 when re-signed by Willcock, scoring 9 goals in seventeen starts and eleven sub appearances before the end of the 2009/10 season.
He scored 12 goals in forty-five games in the 2010/11 season before he re-joined Curzon Ashton in the close season of 2011.
A brief spell with Stocksbridge Park Steels followed before he signed for New Mills where he stayed for two seasons, finishing as the Millers top scorer in the 2013/14 season.
He re-signed for his third spell with Mossley in the close season of 2014 scoring 12 goals in thirty appearances, including Mossley’s goal of the season with a fantastic run and shot at Droylsden.
He scored 8 goals in thirty-two appearances in the 2015/16 season, including a brace in the Manchester Premier Cup final victory over Stalybridge Celtic
Fish hit a rich vein of form in the 2016/17 season, scoring 22 goals in just twenty-eight appearances for the Lilywhites before making a shock move to Brighouse Town in January 2017.
He then signed for Colne prior to the start of this season, scoring for Colne in the 1-1 draw at Seel Park in August, before re-joining the Lilywhites yet again.