BOHAN Dixon says Warrington Town are ‘good enough’ for a play-offs run when the new National League North season comes around.

The experienced midfielder has rejoined the Yellows as the club’s first summer signing and he feels like he has come home.

Dixon, 34, spent six seasons with Town before departing in February to join Macclesfield for an undisclosed fee.

It was a move that did not work out how he wanted it to and the one-time National League North promotion winner with AFC Fylde is now happy to be back at Cantilever Park where he was a fans’ favourite.

Dixon, who has made 198 appearances and scored 28 goals for the Yellows, admitted he has turned down other offers and thoughts of retirement to crack on with unfinished business in a Yellows shirt.

He said: “I’m buzzing. It’s like home, I played here for five years. It’s a no-brainer to come back here.

“I was 50:50 whether to call it a day. Last season I was 50:50 whether I was going to sign again, but it was guaranteed I was never going to sign anywhere else.

“A little opportunity came for me at 34 and I wasn’t expecting it. The plan I had didn’t go to plan and that’s life. I’ve learnt from it and it is what it is. There’s no harsh words or any love lost with Macclesfield but I’m buzzing to be back and I wasn’t going to be going anywhere else.

“I’ve had a few really decent offers but it was a no-brainer for me.

“You here a lot of positive and negative things from fans.

“When I left, I didn’t realise how positive I was for the fans here. So it’s a good feeling that you’re obviously doing something right.”

He is due to start pre-season training with the club next week and he is already thinking about what could be in the 2024-25 campaign.

“Football’s about winning. There’s no better feeling than winning things,” he said.

“Last year we had a good run while I was here. We were in the play-offs positions.

“If we can do that again this year, I think we’ll have a right go. The team is good enough with or without me in it.”

Dixon has also had spells with the likes of Lincoln City, Stockport County and Halifax Town during his career.