Jefferson Louis has signed for the 37th club of his career.
The 38-year-old striker has left EVO-STIK Southern League Premier side Banbury United for their division rivals Chesham United, who sit below them.
Louis broke a 50-year-old club record by scoring in the first seven games of the season and has netted 17 times in 27 games the Puritons.
In his remarkable career, Louis has only surpassed 50 appearances at two clubs. The first was at Oxford United from 2002 to 2004 and then for Wealdstone ten years later.
Louis also played for Dominica in a 2010 World Cup qualifier against Barbados in 2008.
Jefferson Louis goal against Chesham tonight in a 1-1 draw pic.twitter.com/r8tR874CoY
— Banbury United Fc (@BanburyUnitedFC) October 24, 2017