Goalkeeper Paul Leask has returned to Fraserburgh on a new three-year deal just three months after signing for Keith.
The 28-year-old moved to Kynoch Park in March to join former Fraserburgh team-mate Allan Hale but has left the club after the manager’s resignation last month.
Leask, who did not make an appearance for the Maroons due to injury, said: “I am pleased to be back at Bellslea as I never really wanted to leave in the first place.
“Joining Allan at Keith sounded like a fresh new challenge but, sadly, it didn’t work out. He was the only reason I went so when he left I decided that my future didn’t lie at Keith.
“Unfortunately my recovery from my foot injury has stalled and I am probably going to be out for another couple of months. I won’t be playing until September.”
Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie is delighted to have such an experienced goalkeeper back at Bellslea.
He said: “Paul has been one of the best goalkeepers in the Highland League for years. We didn’t want to lose him to Keith and we tried our best to keep him when he left in March but at the time he decided that he wanted to try something different.
“Luckily for ourselves, recent events mean that his move has broken down and we’re happy to have Paul back at Bellslea.”