Nuneaton Borough have snapped up Moor Green striker Gary McPhee as their fourth summer signing.
Boro have splashed out an undisclosed four-figure fee for the 26-year-old, who bagged 18 goals in 38 appearances to finish as Moors top scorer last season after joining from Irish side St Patricks Athletic.
Boro manager Roger Ashby said: "Gary gives us something different upfront to what we have already got and it will increase the competition for places in the squad."
Leamington-based McPhee began his career with Coventry City and has also played in Holland, Ireland and Scotland. He will be vying with Gez Murphy, Duane Darby, Brian Quailey and David Blenkinsopp for attacking roles in the Boro first team. n Tamworth manager Mark Cooper has yet to decide whether former captain Marcus Ebdon will join their squad for the new season.
Midfielder Ebdon is back to the club after his year-long trip around the world but Alfreton Town have also indicated their interest.
The Lambs, who have signed former Kidderminster Harriers, Shrewsbury Town and Aston Villa midfielder John McGrath, have been dealt a blow after losing fellow new recruit Steve Burton. The striker from Crawley Town will be absent for a month after damaging knee ligaments in training.
The Lambs travel to Stratford Town tonight for their second friendly.
New manager Jose Ascensao will have no hesitation in turning to youth to help rebuild Racing Club Warwick.
Ascensao, who has taken over from Marcus Law at the Midland Alliance side, will have to fashion a new squad. But, as head coach of North Warwickshire College and Nuneaton Borough's academy, the former Atherstone assistant boss will have the right background to find the players for the future, while his No 2 Bernie Cope has a wealth of contacts in local football.