SEAN Williams has rejoined Warrington Town.

The 29-year-old midfielder will be back in a Yellows shirt on a season-long loan from nearby Vanarama National League club Altrincham.

His exit from Cantilever Park at the end of the 2017-18 season was considered a blow such was his impact on the side, but club chiefs were not prepared to stand in the way of Williams having the opportunity to play at a higher level.

He can now look to try and have a similar influence in a Town shirt again on a month-by-month basis over the course of the 2021-22 season.

When he left for a second spell with Alty, he had just been named the Players' Player and Supporters' Player of the Year at the club's presentation night.

That term his 15 goals from midfield played a key role in a campaign which saw Yellows reach the play-offs.

Williams, a hard-working and tough tackling performer, has gone on to clock up 118 games for Alty – the majority of them off the bench.

But he has yet to make an appearance for them this season and will be looking to achieve regular football again with Yellows.

And he will be linking up with two other former Alty players in the Town ranks, Josh Amis and Adam Carden.

Williams has also had spells with Stockport County, Vauxhall Motors, Hyde, Skelmersdale United, Halifax Town, Colwyn Bay, Hednesford and AFC Telford.

The set-piece specialist goes straight into contention for today’s trip to South Shields.