Vanarama Conference club Macclesfield Town have confirmed the signing of former midfielder Lee Bell.
The 32-year-old has signed a loan deal from Sky Bet League Two side Burton Albion, keeping him at the Moss Rose for the rest of the season.
Bell is of course no stranger to the Moss Rose after a two-year spell with the club between 2008 and 2010.
During that time he made ninety-one appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring two goals for the club. In his second year at the Moss Rose, Bell was named player of the year.
The experienced midfielder started his career with Crewe Alexandra and after progressing through the academy at the club went on to make sixty-six appearances for the club.
He then moved on to Burton Albion and Mansfield Town before arriving at the Moss Rose.
After his two impressive years with Macclesfield, Bell moved back to Crewe in the summer of 2010. He played a key role in the Alex achieving promotion in to League One in 2012 but was released that summer and made the switch back to Burton.
Over the next two years he featured regularly for the club, making ninety-seven appearances before he signed a new deal in the summer of last year.
More recently though he has found himself out of favour under new boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and the popular midfielder has now returned to the Moss Rose.