Vanarama National League North club Brackley Town have handed experienced defender Theo Streete a way back following a long-term injury.
Thirty-year-old Streete began his career with Derby County before joining Rotherham United, Solihull Moors and then Alfreton Town.
Streete, who can play across the defence or in central midfield, joined Nuneaton Town in the summer of 2013.
His commitment and all action style gave him a clean sweep of trophies at the Boro’s end of season awards night in his first season at the club.
He won the 2013/14 players`, managers` and supporters` player of the year trophies.
He eventually left Nuneaton to re-join Solihull Moors in May 2015 but left in December 2016 as he needed surgery on a knee injury which has kept him out of playing ever since.
New signing: we are delighted to announce the signing of Theo Streete.
Theo is a defender who's last club was Solihull Moors. Welcome Theo! pic.twitter.com/LROJB25fmQ
— Brackley Town FC (@BrackleyTownFC) January 11, 2018