Luton Town have bolstered their attacking options ahead of their return to the Football League with the signing of former Boston United forward Ricky Miller.
Miller joins the Hatters on a free transfer after scoring 28 goals in all competitions for the Conference North side last season.
Luton manager John Still told the club's official website: "Ricky reminds me of a Kevin Phillips-type striker in and around the box, sniffing out chances, and a Craig Mackail-Smith-type striker when he hasn't got the ball, with his work-rate and enthusiasm.
"He's a striker that likes to run in behind, he chases everything and puts defenders under pressure." Miller was his division's top scorer and Boston's Player of the Year and the 25-year-old has penned a one-year deal at Kenilworth Road.
Still said: "I watched him last season and what really struck me was his enthusiasm. It really hit me. We kept an eye on him and we didn't actually know at the time that he would be out of contract this summer.
"We've given Ricky a year and hopefully during that time we can see him develop further, just like a number of our other younger players."