Guiseley have signed former Bradford (Park Avenue) captain Lucas Odunston on a two-year deal.

The 23-year-old right-back left Horsfall at the end of last season, having been brought to BD6 by Mark Bower and Danny Boshell in 2021.

And he has been reunited with the duo now at Nethermoor, after they returned for a second spell in charge of Guiseley a couple of months ago.

Odunston, a former Leeds United and Hull City prospect, said: "I am still looking up the pyramid and aiming to play full-time football again.

"That may come if I have two good seasons with Guiseley and help them get back to where they as a club want to be.

“When Mark rang me to ask me to come to Guiseley there was no hesitation from me.

"I have a lot to re-pay them for but also I want to be with a club with ambitions.

“Everyone at Guiseley seems to be on the same page and everyone I have spoken to says it is a great club so I am looking forward to playing for them.

"They are building a good squad and Bows and Bosh are good men, good people.”

Bower said: “We have had Lucas previously at Avenue and he is a really good full-back.

"He is as good as anyone you will find in non-league football at one v ones.

"He is a reliable and consistent performer, has really good attributes and is incredibly fit.

“Lucas is exactly the kind of player we are looking for and he is certainly one who will progress through the levels.

"We just hope that he does that with us.”