BOSTON UNITED boss Dennis Greene has finally got his man, signing former North Ferriby United winger Jason St Juste while also bringing in keeper Christian Dibble.
St Juste, 30, has plenty of experience in Non-League after starting his career at Garforth Town and also briefly played in the Football League with Darlington.
The Saint Kitts and Nevis international enjoyed a two-year spell at FC Halifax Town from 2011-13 after brief stints at a number of clubs before moving to Ferriby.
He caught the eye with the Villagers and was the man of the match at Wembley as they shocked Wrexham in the 2015 FA Trophy final.
The forward started last season with AFC Fylde but soon joined fellow National League North side Bradford Park Avenue and he has now made the move to York Street.
Greene has also solved his goalkeeper problem, signing former Bury and Burnley youngster Dibble from Chelmsford City.
The 22-year-old former Wales youth international – who is the son of ex-Manchester City keeper Andy Dibble – has Non-League experience with the Clarets as well as Nuneaton Town.
Boss Greene told Boston’s website: “We’ve got whole new squad and on paper, what we’ve signed looks like a really exciting set of lads.
“It’s completely different to the last two years when we knew what we had but I’m excited to see what we can produce. I thought we’d only have to replace around five but it looks like we’ll need to replace seven or eight.
“I’ve tried to sign Jason a few times, he’s a hell of a player. When he was at Ferriby, they won the Trophy and he hurt us when they played us.
“After the Wembley win he lost his way a little bit, going to Fylde and then Bradford and probably went through the motions but hopefully joining a big club like Boston will get the best out of him.”