Striker Andre McCollin has returned to Kingstonian for the third time where he has made over 100 appearances.
The 32-year-old joins from Merstham having been released by Tonbridge Angels last month.
McCollin has netted 61 goals in 109 appearances for the K’s which has unsurprisingly made him popular amongst the club’s fans.
He was prolific for Corinthian Casuals in the 2006-07 season where he started his career before moving on to Fisher Athletic.
In 2008, McCollin made his Football League debut for Yeovil Town but struggled for first team opportunities and was sent on loan to Grays Athletic, Dorchester Town and Farnborough.
He would then sign for Farnborough in 2010 after being released by Yeovil, and had a brief spell at Croydon Athletic.
McCollin signed for the first time at Kingstonian in 2012 and his impressive goal scoring form landed him a move at Aldershot Town two years later.
The following season he signed for Cray Wanderers and scored 14 goals in 18 appearances before briefly returning to Kingstonian in 2016.
K’s director Yioryos Vasilaras said: “Andre has always had a special relationship with the K’s fans and Kingstonian has always been his favourite non-league club, so we’re all extremely delighted to welcome him back to Kingstonian and look forward to seeing him in the hoops once again.”
Kingstonian visit Leatherhead in the Bostik Premier on Saturday.