WARRINGTON Rylands have confirmed their first new signing of the summer while two more of their FA Vase-winning squad have committed to the club.

Midfielder Callum Dolan has signed on the dotted line, joining Dave McNabb's side from Matlock Town.

Having started as a youth player at Manchester United, Dolan can count Altrincham, Stockport Town and Radcliffe among his former clubs.

Manager Dave McNabb outlined what Blues supporters can expect from their new signing – someone he has had his eye on for quite some time.

"Callum’s a player we’ve been aware of for quite a while," he said.

"We played against him when he was on loan at Stockport Town in our first North West Counties season.

"He was on a short-term loan – he played seven games, got man of the match in all of them and scored a few goals. He really stood out when he played against us and we’ve watched him over the last two or three years.

"When we realised he wouldn’t be staying at Matlock, we tried to speak to him straight away.

"He’s an exciting attacking player who can play out wide or in the number 10 role. He likes to get the ball down and go at people, and he’s a really nice lad as well.

"We’re made up to get him over the line."

In a further boost to preparations for their first ever Northern Premier League campaign, midfielders Charlie Doyle and Andy Scarisbrick have committed themselves to the club.

Both played big roles in the victorious FA Vase run and join teammates Gary Kenny, Graeme McCall and Rick Smith in agreeing to stay put.

"When we reflected on the Vase run and the few league games we played, my biggest priority was getting the players who had been key for us tied down to the club," McNabb said.

"I think Charlie got better every game and I think he’s got a few levels to go.

"Andy is technically exceptional. If we can get him confident and enjoying his footy again, I think he can really push on and be one of the best midfielders in the league.

"He’s got a little bit of everything and I really hope he pushes on and believes in himself as much as we believe in him."