Cheltenham Town have signed striker Andy Williams from Northampton Town on a one-year deal.
Williams was released by the Robins at 16 before going on to enjoy a successful career with Hereford United, Bristol Rovers, Yeovil Town, Swindon Town and Doncaster Rovers, scoring close to 150 goals in total.
Cheltenham made an attempt to re-sign him in the summer of 2018, but he opted to join Northampton on a two-year deal.
The 33-year-old was part of the Cobblers side that won promotion to League One via the play-offs, defeating Cheltenham 3-2 on aggregate in the semi-finals.
They then thrashed Exeter City 4-0 at Wembley in the final, with Williams netting the final goal of the game.
He scored 20 times in 46 League Two starts for the Cobblers.
Williams, who turns 34 on August 14, now becomes Michael Duff’s first new signing of the summer.
An experienced midfielder underwent a medical at Seasons on Wednesday afternoon and is set to finalise his move on a two-year deal before pre-season training commences on Saturday.
Cheltenham are in the process of signing a young goalkeeper, another central midfielder, likely to be on loan, and a left-sided wing-back.
They are also weighing up a move for Doncaster Rovers’ right winger Matty Blair, but that position is not thought to be top of Duff’s list of priorities.
Midfielder Chris Clements, 30, is expected to remain with the club for a third season after being offered a new contract earlier this month.