Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division North club Spennymoor United have signed experienced 33-year-old midfielder Scott Kerr.
Leeds-born Kerr started his playing career at the Leeds United youth academy, before joining Bradford City at the age of 14.
In July 2000, he had progressed far enough to be offered a professional contract with the Bantams.
Not long after he joined Hull City for a nominal fee, but suffered a back injury, and was forced to sit out his first season with the Tigers.
Finally fit, he failed to make an impression and was sent on loan to Frickley Athletic, where he made five appearances and scored once, before being released to join Scarborough in 2003.
He became a fans` favourite at Scarborough, making eighty-four appearances over a two-year stint, before joining Lincoln City in 2005.
Almost an ever-present member of the Imps squad, he racked up 221 appearances, scoring 8 times, before he eventually joined then Conference side York City in 2011.
Two seasons at Bootham Crescent with nearly eighty appearances was ended only by an injury.
On his return from injury he struggled to get back into the squad and joined Grimsby Town for a season, making nearly forty appearances.
In 2014, he joined Bradford Park Avenue, and spent some time on loan at Hyde FC, before joining Celtic late in 2014 to help them climb the table.