Stevenage Borough have appointed Mark Stimson as their new manager.
Stimson won the FA Trophy twice in two years with Grays
Stimson replaces Graham Westley after resigning from his position as manager of Conference rivals Grays Athletic.
The 38-year-old, who led Grays to the play-offs and a second successive FA Trophy success this season, has agreed a three-year deal at Broadhall Way.
"When we heard Mark was available there was never going to be anyone else as our first choice," said Stevenage chairman Phil Wallace.
"We believe he is destined for the top and is capable of taking this club into the Football League during the term of his contract," Wallace told his club's website.