Macclesfield Town have added to their defence and midfield options with the capture of 28 year old former Derby, Rotherham and Crawley man Pablo Mills.
The player, who is equally comfortable in central midfield or defence has notched up closing on 350 senior appearances in all competitions for clubs in the Football League and Conference.
Mills came through the ranks at Derby County making his first appearances for the club in the second half of the 2002/3 season playing, 16 games in his debut season and went on to spend four seasons in the Championship whilst at Pride Park, helping them to the Championship play-offs in 2005.
He spent the first half of the following season on loan at MK Dons and remained in League One for the rest of the campaign after that loan expired as he joined Walsall, also on loan.
His move to League One was made permanent in the summer of 2006 as he joined Rotherham United. His second season with the Millers saw a stint on loan at Crawley where he made a lasting impression, but returned to the Rotherham side for the remainder of that campaign as they finished just outside of the play offs thanks to a 10-point deduction. In his four seasons at The Millers he featured more than 160 times.
In 2010, Mills moved on from Rotherham to join the Crawley side who were set for promotion from the Conference. Making 32 league appearances, he also played a key part in that season's FA Cup run which culminated in a man of the match performance as the side were narrowly beaten 1-0 by Manchester United at Old Trafford.
He missed most of the first three months of last season but went on to play more than 20 times as the club were promoted again, as well as having another historic FA Cup run which saw them eventually beaten by Stoke with Hull and Bristol City added to their scalps.