FORMER Wrexham boss Gary Mills is back in management.

The 58-year-old has been appointed as the new manager of Southern League Division One Central outfit Corby Town.

Mills has been without a club since he was dismissed by York City in September 2017 with the Minstermen seventh in the National League North standings.

He returned for a second spell in the to Bootham Crescent hotseat after being sacked by Wrexham in October 2016.

Unveiled as the Racecourse chief in April 2015, Wrexham emerged as promotion contenders under Mills during the 2015-16 campaign but failed to sustain their challenge, eventually finishing eighth.

Having revamped the squad in the summer, Wrexham struggled at the start of the 2016-17 campaign and Mills was shown the door after 18 months at the helm with the Reds sitting 15th.

Mills, who will be assisted at Corby by Darron Gee, previously won promotion to the Football League during his first spell at York and also won the FA Trophy in each stint with the club.

He also led Gateshead to the National League play-off final in 2014 before arriving at Wrexham.