Stanley's ‘new’ striker Terry Gornell didn’t take a lot of persuasion to return to the Crown Ground.
The 20-year-old was on loan from Tranmere the season before last, scoring four goals, but this time the Reds have snapped him up until the end of the season on a permanent deal.
Gornell admitted: "I didn’t need much persuasion to come back. I know the set-up here, I know John and Jimmy (Bell) and a couple of the lads are still here from when I was last here.
"John and Jimmy were the big reason for me coming here. I’ve played under them before and know what they’re all about and it suits me down to the ground.
"I bonded with them last time I was here and hopefully I can do the same again.
"I was only 18 at the time and John took a relatively decent risk with me being just out of the youth team. He took me and gave me my chance in the Football League and I was grateful to him for doing that. I was made up with how it went."
He scored his first senior goal against Bradford for the Reds – even though it was in a 3-2 loss.
"My first senior goal will be a day I’ll never forget. It's not that I’ll never forget it for the goal though, it was the game.
"It was the Bradford game when we were cruising and we ended up conceding three goals in the last nine minutes. I’ll certainly never forget that game.
"I don’t know how many games I’ve played now – it’s around 50 – I know I’m still only young, only 20, but the experience I’ve had has done me good.
"I’ve been involved with the first team at Tranmere since I was 17 and John gave me my chance here at an early age, so I’ve played quite a few league games for my age. Hopefully now I can kick on from here.
"Scoring goals is what strikers are paid to do and that’s what you’ve got to do.
"You can have a bad game as a striker and get away with it if you pop up in the last minute and get a goal and your job’s done and you’re the hero. Goals are everything.
"Target one is to get into the team and, if I get in the team, I’ve got to stay there and work hard.
"Accrington’s league form is good as well, unbeaten, and I think the lads can do something here.
"After the start, and having seen the lads play, I think we can get in the play-offs."