IT WAS A REAL COOP TO LAND FORMER NATIONAL LEAGUE WINNER CALLUM HOWE FROM HARROGATE TOWN ON 27 JULY 2019.
Defender Howe spent his formative years in Scunthorpe United's academy and was the only scholar to be handed a professional contract by then manager Alan Knill in 2012.
But he never made his first-team debut for Scunthorpe and after three years Howe moved to Lincoln City. He went onto make 31 appearances during his first year with the club before playing 13 times the season after, helping Lincoln win promotion back to the football league.
He was rewarded with a 12-month contract extension at the Imps. But he didn't stay long at Sincil Bank and went on to enjoy a successful loan stint with Eastleigh, scoring four goals in 28 games for the Hampshire side.
It was enough to earn him a move to Port Vale but after appearing only three times for the club, he signed for National league new boys Harrogate Town in 2018.
The central defender really made his mark with Harrogate the following year. Howe scored nine times to help fire Town to a surprising play off place. His performances recognised by his award of Harrogate's Player of the Season Award.
His impressive tally did not go unnoticed and Moors reportedly broke Harrogate's record fee for a player to land their man. In his first season, he justified Moors' decision as he was named in the 2019/20 National League Team of the Year.
Callum Howe Joins Moors