Striker Byron Harrison is a Bluebird again after he signed for the club following a successful trial this summer.

It is a second spell at Holker Street for Harrison, who scored 32 goals in 67 games between 2016 and 2018, with 19 of those coming in the National League during the 2016/17 season.

The 32-year-old signed on the dotted line to agree a one-year contract, with the option of a further season, around an hour before AFC's pre-season friendly against Lancaster City kicked off.

Harrison worked his way through non-League football, playing for the likes of Havant & Waterlooville, Boreham Wood, Ashford Town and Carshalton Athletic before getting his move to the Football League with Stevenage in 2011.

Spells at AFC Wimbledon and Cheltenham Town followed before he became a teammate of Barrow manager Ian Evatt at Chesterfield in January 2015.

After falling out of favour at the Proact Stadium, he went back on loan to Stevenage before he signed for the Bluebirds in the summer of 2016.

Harrison's first tenure with them ended with him going out on loan to Sutton United and he signed for fellow National League team Barnet after his departure.