Experienced winger Leer Molyneux, 28, has been loaned out to Chorley until the end of the season.
The Liverpudlian joined Guiseley in the summer from Morecambe with the Huyton-born player being released by Morecambe in June 2017.
He he can play at either left-wing or left-back and began his career with Everton in the Youth Academy making his debut for the Toffees’ reserve team at the age of 16.
Having developed a reputation as a set piece specialist Molyneux, who represented England at Under-16,17 and 18 levels, joined Southampton in 2009, where he made his first team debut and spent time on loan with Port Vale before being released from his contract in the summer of 2010. He then turned out nine times for Plymouth Argyle before leaving the club in January 2011.
In August 2012 he signed for Accrington Stanley and then joined Crewe Alexandra in July 2013.
Molyneux later joined Rochdale on loan in November 2013 and re-joined Accrington Stanley on loan.
The much travelled player then signed for Tranmere Rovers in January 2015 and moved on to Morecambe four months later.
Since the arrival of Paul Cox at Guiseley his opportunities have been limited and he has not played for the Lions since the league fixture at Ebbsfleet on 9th December.
Good luck Lee!