'Incredible' Joe Leesley returns to Boston United
The winger will join the Pilgrims on loan for the 2021-22 campaign from parent club Harrogate Town following a successful spell last season.
Leesley - who has also featured on loan for Stockport County and League Two Stevenage in recent seasons - scored four times in 12 appearances with United last season.
"Joe has incredible stats in his career, producing a high number of assists and goals on a regular basis," Elliott said.
"You could see his confidence and fitness improve just before last season was stopped and he was proving to be a key player for us.
"Joe is a great lad in the dressing room and he's now coming into his peak years as a player, so I am really looking forward to working with him again.
"I also wish to thank Simon Weaver for his help in securing this deal for the season."
Leesley - part of the Harrogate squads which won promotion from the National League North to League Two via two play-off successes - is in the final year of his Town contract.
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