Notts County striker Sean Canham is the Bulls second summer signing.
Like the first, he has signed a two year deal at Edgar Street. The 6ft 2in 25 year old forward has limited Football League experience, making his League debut two years ago with the Magpies after starting out as a trainee with hometown club Exeter.
He spent the end of last season on loan at Hayes and Yeading, scoring six times in 15 games for the struggling Conference side. Inbetween his stints with the Grecians and Magpies he had a prolific spell with Team Bath, scoring 41 times in one season and over 80 goals over his three years with the now defunct side.
His manager there, Andy Tillson, told Notts County Mad at the time of his signing for the Magpies: "He's a striker that's going to cause problems in the box. He can put himself around and he's got this great habit of getting on the end of things. We've worked hard on a lot of crosses into the box and he does very well at getting on the end of them - his goals prove that."