Striker Byron Harrison believes he has returned to a very different club after he completed his move back to Barrow AFC earlier in the week.

After initially signing for the Bluebirds from Chesterfield in 2016, Harrison got his Holker Street career off to a magnificent start, as he scored 20 goals before Christmas in his first season.

Unfortunately, the rest of his first spell was disrupted by injuries before he was moved out on loan to Sutton United in February 2018, which preceded his eventual departure the following summer.

Since then, the club has changed ownership, with the consortium headed by chairman Paul Hornby trying to make strides in growing revenue streams since taking over from the Casson family last autumn.

Harrison said: "I have seen loads of difference since I've been back and I can see the direction the chairman and the manager want to take the club in.

"The energy is different, that's the best way to describe it - everyone is positive and moving in the right direction and I was drawn to that because I wanted to be part of it.

"We had a bit of success in my first season, so even though it wasn't as positive as it is now, we were still pretty good at home and those things kind of papered over the cracks.

"If we can get our home form going and really get people behind us, that will be crucial this season."