LIVERSEDGE legend Paul Walker has re-signed permanently, 10 years or so after he left Clayborn.

The prolific striker had his talent recognised as a youngster, and after leaving Sedge for the first time, he went on to play at a higher level for the likes of Bradford (Park Avenue) and Farsley Celtic.

He did return to Sedge last December, on loan from Farsley, and he netted three goals in January alone, against Barton Town, Garforth Town and Handsworth.

His brief spell clearly impressed boss Jonathan Rimmington and assistant Sean Regan, and news of Walker's permanent signing has gone down well on social media.

On Twitter, @TerryFCFCSmith said: "Got yourself a top player @Liversedge_FC all the best here Paul.", while @FarsleyMatt tweeted: "Good luck Wakka. You’ll be missed at Farsley."

The signing of Walker is not the only good news Liversedge have announced.

They have confirmed that hotshot attacker Oliver Fearon has accepted another year on his contract.

He and Joe Walton formed arguably the most prolific strike partnership in the league, with Fearon's 16 goals in 22 games helping his side into second in the Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division, before the season was sadly declared null and void.

The club also confirmed that first team regular Jimmy Ghaichem would be staying on next season, praising him as "pivotal" to their success in the season just ended.