Beswick began his career at Leicester City, graduating from the Foxes academy set up before transitioning to non-League football with the likes of Redditch United and Kettering Town.
It is his spell at Solihull Moors for which he is best known though.
During a seven-season association, he won National League North in 2015/16 before scoring Moors first ever National League goal on the opening day of the 2016/17 season.
He made 39 appearances last season for Nuneaton and captained the side in the absence of Kelvin Langmead. In those 39 matches, Beswick had six assists.
“This is an unbelievable signing for us,” Mike Fowler told the Tamworth Herald. “It’s a real coup. A midfield of Ryan, Aman Verma and Paul Green is fantastic for this football club. Ryan is someone with unbelievable vision and quality on the ball. He has a fantastic left foot and his set-piece delivery is terrific."
“He can dictate a game. He likes to get on the ball and orchestrate from deep. The other good thing is that he still has the desire and the will to do well. He wants to win the league with us. That is what he is here to do. There were other clubs interested but he has come here because he wants to achieve things with us”.