James McQuilkin a 'coup' for AFC Telford
AFC Telford United boss Gavin Cowan insists the returning James McQuilkin epitomises his vision for the club.
The 29-year-old midfielder has been snapped up from National League North rivals Kidderminster Harriers, who had offered him fresh terms.
He had a brief spell with the Bucks in 2015 and has also played for Hereford United, Walsall and Torquay United.
“James is a player who is highly regarded in this league, having been a star performer at Kidderminster – making the team of the year last year,” said Cowan.
“He is a real coup for the football club and epitomises how I want us to play next season – high energy, quality in possession, intelligence and a desire to achieve.
“His availability came as somewhat of a surprise, but we were able to act quickly to get him signed and over the line.”
McQuilkin made 40 appearances for Harriers last season, scoring four goals.