Skegness Town have clinched the signing of Jack Wightwick.
The attacking midfielder - who has previously played for Frickley Athletic, Spalding United, Grantham Town, Lincoln United and Boston Town - has made the switch to the Vertigo Stadium.
Manager Nathan Collins - who will remain at the club with assistants Nick Chapman and Chris Rawlinson - is putting the pieces of the puzzle together as the Lilywhites prepare to play at a higher level next season.
With the exception of Tom Sawyer, the whole of last season's squad have agreed to stay with Town.
Meanwhile, McCauley Parker and Corey Cunliffe will return to the club from neighbours Boston Town while striker Brooklyn South will join the first team after impressing with the under 18s.
The Lilywhites and rivals Emley and Winterton Rangers have been invited to apply for promotion to step five after finishing in the top three Northern Counties East League Division One spots after the last two seasons' results were worked out on a points per game basis.
It is understood the club will learn the outcome of their application on May 17.