King's Lynn Town have re-signed one of their successful loan players from last season.

Defender Greg Taylor will be a full-time Linnet, having made 17 appearances after joining on loan from Woking in January.

The 34-year-old, whose previous clubs include Darlington, Luton Town and Cambridge United, was released by Woking earlier this month, leaving Lynn boss Adam Lakeland free to bring him back to The Walks.

 "I'm really happy that I've signed for next season," Taylor said. "Everyone has been so welcoming since I signed in January and I'm looking forward to a positive and much-improved season ahead."

It leaves Lakeland well stocked in central defence - Taylor's return follows the arrival of former FC Halifax Town player Tom Wilson earlier this week while two other experienced campaigners, skipper Josh Coulson and Kyle Callan-McFadden, who were at the club last season will also be back for the new National League North campaign, as well as keeper Paul Jones.

Lakeland has also added Ross Crane, from Leiston, while Tom Clifford left by mutual consent and midfielder Cameron Hargreaves turned down the offer of a new contract.

Lyn  have also confirmed a replacement for sports therapist Linzi Mirams, who left the club at the end of the season.

New first-team head sports therapist is Liam Bratley, who has joined Lynn from Leamington FC.

“I’m thrilled to join King’s Lynn Town as first-team head sports therapist, ready to bring my expertise and passion to this team," he said. "Excited for the journey ahead and the successes we’ll achieve together.

"I’m looking forward to meeting everyone from the fans to the management team, and I would like to say thank you to Adam (Lakeland) and Steve (Cleeve) for making this easy."