Former Huddersfield Town striker Danny Carr has returned to Dulwich Hamlet after leaving Cambridge United.

And he’s planning to be better than ever at non-league level.

The 22-year-old joined Town from the London side back in 2013.

The John Smith’s Stadium club had high hopes of the former Reading trainee, who was a prolific scorer for Dulwich.

But he was unable to make the breakthrough.

Carr registered only one start, away to Hull City in the third round of the Capital One Cup in September 2013.

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And at Championship level, he managed only two substitute appearances, both in 2013/14.

He had loan spells at Fleetwood Town, Mansfield Town and Dagenham & Redbridge.

After being released by Town a year ago, he signed for League II Cambridge on a two-year deal.

But he made only two starts and four appearances from the bench and was loaned out to Aldershot and Woking.

Carr departed Cambridge by mutual consent and is now back at Dulwich, of the Isthmian League Premier Division.

They were fifth last season under manager Gavin Rose and are planning to push for promotion to the National League South.

Carr said: “I’m very happy to be back and looking forward to working with Gavin again. He is a manager I have thrived under previously.

“I have gained some great experience in the last three years and worked hard to progress my game.

“I am looking forward to getting more game and more opportunities and most importantly putting the ball in the back of the net.”

Meanwhile former Town development player Callum Charlton has signed for Altrincham.

The National League North club have already brought in Huddersfield-based defender John Cyrus from

Frickley Athletic.

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Charlton, who can play anywhere down the left, spent last season at Town after being signed from Brighouse Town.

Alty boss Neil Young said: “He’s quick and dynamic.”