Concord Rangers have strengthened their attacking options ahead of the National League South season by signing former Luton striker Alex Wall.
The 27-year-old began his career with Thatcham Town before joining Maidenhead United, where he went on to make 127 appearances for the Magpies.
Wall’s impressive form for Maidenhead earned him a move to Luton Town in 2013, where he went to make a number of Football League appearances for the Hatters.
After leaving Luton in 2015, the forward has represented the likes of Bromley and Bristol Rovers.
Wall originally signed a deal with fellow National League South club Dartford at the start of pre-season but has since decided that his immediate future lies at ?Thames Road.