Tamworth boss Dale Belford has signed his son Cameron to keep goal for the Conference club next season.
Belford, 24, who started his career with Coventry City, made his Lambs debut on loan in December 2006.
He now returns after six seasons with Bury, during which he made 85 first-team appearances, as well as spending two loan spells each at Southend United and Accrington Stanley.
His father has now made nine signings for the Lambs in the space of 40 days.
Defenders Matt Regan, Jack Evans, Tom Eckersley and Jordan Rose have all joined, along with strikers Deqwon Ebanks and Justin Richards, midfielder Richie Baker and winger Kaiyne Woolery.
The signing of Belford was funded by Teambuilder, the club building society account in which supporters can invest.