WARRINGTON Town have made their first new signing of the summer.

Versatile forward Sean Miller joins the club having spent the 2020-21 campaign with National League North side Chorley.

The 26-year-old, who can also count Curzon Ashton, Altrincham and Chester among his former clubs, adds more firepower to a front line already containing powerful options such as Josh Amis and Jordan Buckley.

More new faces are expected to be added in the coming weeks as Yellows prepare for another tilt at the Northern Premier League’s Premier Division.

For now, though, manager Paul Carden is happy to have supplemented his squad with the signing of Miller, who helped Chorley reach the FA Cup Fourth Round last season.

He believes the new man will add something to his attacking options that has not been seen since veteran forward Tony Gray left the club last summer.

“Sean will add that little bit of touch and technical ability to our front line,” he said.

“He’s a link player who is energetic, busy and can score goals from nothing. He’s had success with the likes of Altrincham and he’s a good age for what we want.

“He’s a good technical player and we haven’t really had that kind of guile in the forward positions since Tony Gray left.

“He can play in any of the forward positions and he’s got a hell of a strike on him, which I hope to see quite a lot of.

“He’s got an eye for goal out of nothing and he will be a really good addition for us.”