In January, AFC Fylde moved to sign striker Jamie Proctor on-loan from Rotherham United until the end of the season.
The powerful forward, 27, cut his loan at Scunthorpe United short to make the switch to the Coasters.
Proctor made his name when he came through Preston North End’s academy, making 6 appearances in the Championship, before appearing 31 times in League One for the Lilywhites.
Following this, Proctor made a switch to Crawley Town where he scored 13 goals in 62 appearances in League One.
A move to our Fylde coast neighbours Fleetwood Town followed, where he made another 64 League One appearances, before moving onto Bradford City and then Bolton Wanderers.
A switch to Rotherham United soon followed in what transpired to be their League One promotion campaign, but was sidelined with a lengthy injury.
Proctor played his part in the Millers’ Championship campaign though, and scored four times.
This included goals against Hull City and a last-minute equaliser against Sheffield United – but unfortunately, they couldn’t avoid the drop back to League One.