Former Plymouth Argyle striker Alex Fletcher has got himself fixed up for the 2020/21 season by rejoining Tiverton Town.
The 21-year-old frontman was released from Home Park this summer after making 25 appearances in all competitions for the Pilgrims, scoring three goals.
He spent much of last season out on loan, first with National League side Aldershot Town before returning to Home Park and then heading out again, this time to Tiverton.
Fletcher enjoyed a prolific time at Ladysmead, helping Tiverton stay in contention for promotion from the Southern League Premier Division with eight goals in 11 games before the coronavirus pandemic curtailed the campaign prematurely in March.
Tiverton beat Southern League rivals Truro City to the Newton Abbot-born striker’s signature – much to the delight of the joint managers, Martyn and Scott Rogers.
“It’s massive,” said Martyn Rogers. “He’s a player that I am surprised was let go by Plymouth.