Tamworth have completed the signing of former star Tom Shaw.
The midfielder, 31, was part of Gary Mills' Tamworth side which won promotion to the Conference Premier in 2009.
His performances for the Lambs earned him England C recognition and he earned a move to Kidderminster Harriers, scoring five times in 43 games.
He went on to star for Cambridge United and Alfreton before joining National Premier side Chester City, where he has been a regular since 2015, playing 96 times and scoring 12 goals.
Now he is back at Tamworth, having signed an 18-month deal with a further year option available.
He told Chester's official site: "The manager (Marcus Bignot) spoke to me on Tuesday and said that Tamworth had approached him – he was very fair and gave me the opportunity to speak to them.
"He was completely understanding of my situation – with me being full-time at Nottingham Trent as Head of Football.
"Marcus gave me the chance to speak to Tamworth – and being honest the contract I was offered was perfect for me; I simply couldn’t turn it down. It gives me security."
Burton Albion midfielder Ben Fox will not be returning to The Lamb on loan though.
Fox has signed a new deal which will keep him with the Brewers until 2020.
And he has been sent out on loan to National League side Gateshead on-loan until April 28.
On his new Burton deal, Fox told Albion's official site: "It's something that I’ve wanted to get sorted since the start of the season. I knew I was out of contract at the end of the year. It’s a really big day for me to sign with this club until 2020.
"The manager has given me and Joe (Sbarra) some fantastic opportunities which we are really grateful for. Hopefully they can continue and we can both take them in our stride.
"It’s important to play as much men's football as possible. The transition from youth football to men’s football is difficult so getting as much experience as I can will put me in good stead for the future.
"Ultimately the aim is to get in to the first team and they are there (senior players) week-in week-out doing well so I’ve got to look to take things from their game and add it to mine and hopefully in the future I can perform like they do."