Joe Coleman has re-signed for Uhlsport Hellenic League Division One West club Easington Sports after a long spell out of the game due to injury.
He had been training with Evo-Stik League South Premier neighbours Banbury United. However, the chance to get some game time between the now and the end of the season was too appealing.
The defender or midfielder, a former Northampton Town junior who played in the Hellenic League for Hook Norton as well as the Banbury youth side, progressed to make his United first-team debut in April 2009.
He established himself as a regular in the United first-team in season 2009/10 and went on to make 153 appearances for the club, scoring 9 goals prior to leaving in the summer of 2012 for Ardley United.
He had a spell with Daventry Town at the start of season 2013/14 but injury just a few weeks into the season kept him out of the game for the rest of the season.
He had a short spell with Hook Norton last season before returning to Banbury prior to the start of this season.
He will bring a wealth of Southern League experience to team and with a number of years of football still left, he could prove to be a really good acquisition going forward into next season.
Supporters at Easington and Banbury will be hoping that Coleman can return from what has been nearly a three-year lay-off following two operations on his knee.