24 year old Curtis Haynes-Brown has agreed a two year deal which will bring the tall and powerful defender back to the Crown Meadow after leaving in July 2011 for League One Yeovil.
On speaking to Curtis about his move back to the blues, he said "I'm so happy to be coming back and can't wait to help finally get the club promoted".
Lowestoft Town Director of Football Craig Fleming stated "It's great to have a player of his quality back at the club and with him coming in a month before the new season starts, it will allow him to get fully involved in the pre-season build up with the rest of the squad".
Curtis left Lowestoft at the end of the 2010/2011 season, following the clubs dramatic 4-3 play-off final defeat against Tonbridge Angels. During that closed season and after an unsuccessful trial at Crewe Alexandra, Curtis went on trial at Yeovil and was delighted when offered a two year contract with the League One side.
Curtis however, found his chances limited at Yeovil and after going on loan to AFC Wimbledon in August 2012, he briefly returned to Yeovil before going on loan to Conference National side Cambridge United in November 2012. At the end of the loan deal he permanently left Yeovil and joined Cambridge United on a free transfer, playing for them until the end of this season just gone. During that period he played eighteen times for Cambridge United but at the end of the season he was released by the club and became a free agent.
The club are delighted to welcome Curtis back and I'm sure I speak for all supporters in saying that it will be great to see him back in the colours of Lowestoft Town.
Updated 12:13 - 17 Jul 2013 by Steven Gardiner