Dayle Southwell will be playing in the National League again next season after he left relegated Guiseley to join FC Halifax today.
Southwell found the net seven times in his 18 appearances last season but was unable to prevent The Lions from dropping out of the National League.
The 24-year-old began has career with Grimsby before playing for a range of clubs including Harrogate Town, Boston United, Wycombe Wanderers and Lincoln City.
FC Halifax boss Jamie Fullarton told the club’s official website, “” I first came across Dayle in 2013 when he broke into the Grimsby first team as a teenager where I tried to sign him for Bolton Wanderers.
“Unfortunately it never happened for one reason or another but I have tracked his progress since and after 6 years I am delighted to finally get the opportunity to work with him. It has been a long drawn out process over recent weeks,which has required patience and hard work of people behind the scenes at the club in order to make this happen. I have no doubts the effort by all involved to bring Dayle to the club will pay dividends with what he will contribute on the pitch”