The 29-year-old ahead additionally spent six trophy-laden years at Brora Rangers earlier than becoming a member of the Can-Cans final summer season on a one-year deal.
With Brindle free to look elsewhere, the Inverness membership the place he beforehand flourished satisfied him to return.
Clachnacuddin supervisor Jordan MacDonald hailed the signing of their former League Cup-winning striker Paul Brindle, who rejoined the Highland League membership from Forres Mechanics this week.
MacDonald feels Brindle’s capability to unlock defences and rating objectives will present a significant spark up prime for Clach.
He mentioned: “When a top quality participant resembling Paul turns into accessible, you wish to take him.
“It fits us proper all the way down to the bottom when it comes to the best way we play and the best way we wish to get on the ball.
“Paul will deliver us that further little bit of high quality that we would have missed within the closing third final yr.
“He brings objectives, is nice with the ball, good on the half-turn. We’re delighted to deliver him in.
“When he performed for Forres final season, he brought on us fixed issues. Everybody is aware of he’s an excellent participant and it’s nice to have him again.”
On Wednesday, Clach have been on the incorrect finish of a 10-0 thumping by the hands of rampant Championship opponents Caley Thistle.
It was the Lilywhites’ second match of the pre-season following on from a latest 5-0 defeat towards League 2 guests Elgin Metropolis.
Though the midweek double-digit defeat doesn’t sit effectively with MacDonald, he feels the graft put in by his gamers will profit them in the long term.
He mentioned: “There’s a sense of frustration as a result of we didn’t do issues proper, however it isn’t concerning the scoreline – it’s about getting minutes within the legs. We definitely obtained labored arduous, there’s little question about it.
“We’re gearing up for Inverurie Locos at residence on July 23 (their first Highland League sport of the season).