The Evo-Stik League Northern Premier
Published 18th June 2012
The 6'1" left-sided player is no stranger to this level of the non-League Pyramid, having previously played for Grantham Town, Lincoln United, Eastwood Town and Hednesford Town as well as the Daniels.
Manager Graham Drury is pleased with his latest recruit and believes he can get the best out of him: "Danny has played at this level for a long time but I believe he has not yet reached his full potential," said Drury. "He needs someone to believe in him and I think coming to Stamford will be a great way for him to progress as a player.
"At his last few clubs he has not played enough games - but here at Stamford, I will get the best out of him and can see him getting at least thirty or forty games under his belt.
"Danny is a strong lad and is capable of playing dangerous 30-yard balls into good areas.
"He can also play left-back as well as left winger, so there's certainly a lot to his game."
Meanwhile, Drury has added to his exciting squad of young players at Stamford by signing 22-year-old midfielder Jack McGovern from league rivals Lincoln United.
The creative youngster spent two years as an apprentice at Lincoln City before being released at the end of the 2007/08 season.
McGovern signed for Lincoln United and then spent two seasons at Baris Northern Counties East League side Lincoln Moorlands Railway before re-joining Lincoln United.
The former Lincoln City trainee will be remembered by the Daniels fans for scoring a brace for Lincoln United during a 2-1 victory at the Premier Kitchens' Arena in January 2011.
"Jack has got a good pedigree for the game and I believe we can certainly get the best out of him," commented Drury on the player who is known for his versatility due to his ability to play anywhere across the midfield and defence.
"He has played at this level for a few years and has the potential to perform in the higher leagues.
"This season we will see a lot from him as Paul Holden and I look to continue his development.”