Coalville Town, who have been switched to the Evo-Stik Southern League Central for 2018/19, have confirmed that Cleveland Taylor has re-signed for the coming season.
Taylor, 34, re-joined the Ravens in the summer of 2017 after holding a player/assistant-manager role at Corby Town.
The much-travelled right-sided midfielder started out at Bolton Wanderers and went on to play League football Exeter City, Scarborough and Scunthorpe United on loan before joining the latter on a permanent basis in 2004.
He went on the make over 160 appearances for the Iron and a further sixty-one for Brentford and fifty-three for Burton Albion after a season in Scottish football with St Johnstone.
Since the Jamaican under-20 and under-23 international has had spells with Harrogate Town, Barwell, Matlock Town and two stints now at Corby and Coalville.
Adam Stevens, who returned to Owen Street as manager last week, wasted no time in getting to work by signing Taylor to a player-coach role.
Stevens was “thrilled” to keep Taylor, who was ever-present in 2017/18, at the club as it gives a solid foundation to build on alongside himself and Danny Martin.