Holmfirth-based winger Nicky Clee has signed for National League Guiseley after seven seasons at Altrincham.

And that means the 32-year-old could make his Lions debut against Huddersfield Town.

Guiseley host David Wagner’s side in a friendly on Wednesday, July 6.

The move from Moss Lane means a third consecutive fifth-tier campaign for Clee, who played junior football for Upperthong and turned out for Holme Valley Academicals in the Huddersfield District League.

Altrincham have been relegated after two seasons in the National League while Guiseley survived with a final-day win over Torquay United.

Clee was a key man as the Cheshire side won promotion by beating Guiseley in the National League North play-offs in 2014.

The Nethermoor side came up the following campaign.

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Clee, who has also played for Hyde United, Ashton United and Ossett Albion. was restricted to 17 appearances for Altrincham this season because of injury.

“I feel I have unfinished business in the National League and I can’t wait to get going,” said the man who has also played Drakes Huddersfield League cricket for Marsden.

Guiseley boss Mark Bower, who has also signed former York City striker Michael Rankine from Altrincham, said: “Nicky has come to us on an appearance-based deal.

“He turned down more security elsewhere for the chance to prove himself with us at National League level.

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“He’s a very gifted footballer with a great left foot and can play in numerous positions.

“We’re pleased Nicky has decided to join us and we feel he will be a real asset to the team.”