Stanley new signing Aidan Chippendale is hoping to provide some more flair to the Reds.
The winger is set to sign a one-year-deal after being released from Huddersfield last season and impressing on trial at the Crown Ground over the last month.
Manager Paul Cook said: "Aidan has a lot of quality and a fantastic left foot. A number of clubs were chasing him so we are pleased to sign him.
"He has a lot of potential and a great attitude and he wants to learn."
Chippendale admitted he was ‘chuffed’ to sign up to Cook’s cause after the disappointment of being released from the Terriers.
"With the new manager at Huddersfield I did expect it," said the 20-year-old. "I had been there for six or seven years but I knew my time was up there and that’s the nasty side of football, being let go. But I got a trial at Accrington, although I never felt I was on trial.
"Everyone made me feel welcome immediately and I know Will Hatfield from our days at York and from coming from the same area.
"I was excited to come here as it’s a league club and I am just looking forward to trying to cement a first-team place now.
"I talked to Robbo (Gary Roberts) at Huddersfield about Accrington last year as there were links with a loan move with the old manager here and Robbo is a brilliant player who came here and did well and that’s what I want to do.
"The gaffer has told me that he wants to play a passing game and he wants players with flair who can entertain and make something out of the game.
"I will be more a provider of goals but I expect to chip in with a fair few as well."
Cook has said he wants the likes of Charlie Barnett and now Chippendale to get a good goal return from the midfield area and the winger said: "Me and Charlie have shown in training that we are capable of scoring goals and I expect us to do that in the league."
And Chippendale certainly won’t be fazed by turning out in League Two – even in front of the bumper crowd at Bradford, the team he supported as a boy.
"I did make one appearance for Huddersfield but I went on loan to Inverness for six or seven games last season and played in the Scottish Premier League. I played at Celtic Park in front of 56,000 people.
"You don’t realise when you are playing that there are that many there, it’s only afterwards.
"It was a brilliant experience but now it’s a new time for me."