FRANK SINCLAIR today celebrated his new Town contract by setting sights on a return to the Championship.
The versatile 35-year-old defender has agreed a one-year deal at the Galpharm and is manager Andy Ritchie's first signing since taking charge.
Sinclair, who played 13 times on loan from Burnley last season, playing centre-back then right-back, impressed enough to survive the cull which included Martin McIntosh, John McAliskey, Adnan Ahmed, John McCombe, Mark Hudson, James Hand and Adam Wilson all being released.
Ritchie is now on the lookout for further summer signings.
Sinclair (pictured with David Mirfin, right) said: "Andy Ritchie has taken over and he's been successful in League I before.
"Town are making a real big push for getting into the Championship next season.
"It's a very big club for this league. We wouldn't be out of place in the Championship and there are exciting times ahead.
"I'm coming towards the end of my career and want to finish it as successfully as I started it.
"I've been made very welcome here and I've had a good rapport with the fans from the start."