Tranmere Rovers have completed the signing of striker Chris Dagnall until the end of the season.
Dagnall, who came through the academy at TRFC, and made 44 appearances for the Club during his first spell, signs from fellow League Two side Bury.
The 32-year-old has made nearly 500 career appearances across all three EFL divisions and represented Scunthorpe United and Barnsley in the Championship.
Speaking about the transfer, manager Micky Mellon said: “I know Chris Dagnall very well from his time previously at Tranmere and working with him at Barnsley. I know exactly what a good professional and footballer he is.
“We have been trying to get EFL quality in to support the rest of the group in all areas of the pitch and we are pleased we have been able to do that.
“I know the qualities Chris will bring to the group and the qualities that we need, so for me, it was an easy decision to bring him in.
“He is very experienced in how he plays, he knows why he’s in certain areas of the pitch and he works his socks off. He brings a lot of qualities and a lot of EFL experience and we will need that in the coming games. He brings a different quality to the group and he is exactly what we need.”
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