Leon Constantine has been revealed as the first striker to join the Bulls for next season.
The 6ft 2in 31 year old exchanges places with Steve Guinan, making the reverse trip from Northampton where he spent last season and played in both the matches against the Bulls last season. He started the match at Edgar Street in November, and was a sub for the return fixture in April.
He didn't make his League debut until the age of 22 after being spotted playing for Edgware Town, and had a stop-start career until scoring a goal every other game for Southend in 03/04, and then hitting 26 in a season with Port Vale in 06/07. A move to Leeds shortly after sparked an injury hit season that included a broken arm, and a transfer to Northampton last term saw him farmed out to Cheltenham on loan after Cobblers fans blamed him for their poor form.
His career record shows a return of a goal every three matches, a better return than Guinan, with 28 goals from 66 games in League Two overall.