Wrexham have agreed a permanent deal for Hartlepool striker Michael Proctor.
Michael Proctor impressed for Wrexham while on loan from Hartlepool
The 26-year-old joined the Dragons on loan in March on an initial one-month agreement that was then extended until the end of the season.
Proctor has signed a three-year deal and the former Sunderland trainee will join Wrexham when his current deal with Pools expires in June.
"This is a big signing for us, he is a clever and bright footballer," Wrexham boss Brian Carey told the club website.
"Michael came here along with Anthony Williams at a period when we needed help and the pair certainly made a difference.
"Now I want him to help us push on and mount a challenge at the top of the table.
"With a full pre-season under his beat I think there is even more to come from him."
Proctor scored twice from nine appearances for the Dragons, appearing both on the wing and as a centre forward.
The first goal earned a crucial win at Shrewsbury and Proctor's second came in the 3-1 victory over Boston on the last day of the season that ensured Wrexham's League Two survival.
Fellow Pools reject Eifion Williams is also thought to be a summer target for Carey.