JOSH Wilson has left Vauxhall Motors to sign for fellow Blue Square Bet North side Guiseley.
Wilson, who has recently been called up to the England C squad to play Russia next month, had been at Motors for three seasons and initially signed as a midfielder.
However it has been his performances as a striker which have caught the eye of a host of clubs.
The 23-year-old made 120 appearances for the Motormen, scoring 41 goals which included an impressive 19 goals last season.
Guiseley narrowly missed out on promotion last season following defeat in the play-off final against Nuneation Town. They have already signed up a number of players from their existing squad for next season and in addition to the signing of Wilson, they have also captured Rhys Meynell from Stalybridge Celtic.
Following news of his departure from Rivacre Park, Wilson tweeted 'looking forward to coming back this year already. Love VMFC and all the staff and fans. Thank you for everything'.
Elsewhwere, Motors have signed goalkeeper Zac Jones from AFC Fylde.
The 23-year-old stopper joined Fylde in November 2011 and was instrumental in their promotion to the Evo-Stik Premier League with a string of impressive displays.
Jones started out at Blackburn Rovers before spells with Stockport County, Forest Green Rovers and Harrogate Town followed. He made eight appearances for Harrogate last season, keeping two clean sheets.