Northamptonshire have re-signed former spinner Graeme White from Nottinghamshire on a two-year deal.
The 26-year-old began his career at the County Ground before moving to Trent Bridge in 2009.
However, the left-arm spinner had two loan spells back at Northamptonshire last season, and has now committed to the club on a permanent basis.
White told the club's official website that he was happy to be back:
"I feel the time is now right for a new challenge, so I'm delighted to be returning back to Northants CCC and excited by the opportunity to compete for a club whom I represented since their academy level.
"Northants have shown this summer that they possess a potent squad of cricketers, which I am thrilled to be joining and look forward to pursuing yet more silverware going into 2014."
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