Havant & Waterlooville made it a hattrick of signings on Monday as they announced that experienced midfielder Andy Drury had joined the club.
The 35-year-old also becomes the third former Ebbsfleet man to join Paul Doswell’s side today, following the earlier arrival of Danny Kedwell and Sam Magri.
Drury has had an illustrious career since making his debut for Sittingbourne way back at the turn of the millennium in 2001.
The experienced midfielder dedicated much of his career to Fleet, spending three seasons with Ebssfleet, while also enjoying a period between 2003 and 2005 with the Kent club’s predecessor Gravesend and Northfleet.
As well as this, the new Havant signing also made over 50 appearances for Ipswich Town in the EFL, and represented the likes of Luton Town, Stevenage Borough and more recently Eastleigh.
Speaking to the club’s official website about his third signing of the day, Doswell said,“(He) is someone that I’ve known for a long, long time.
I’ve watched him play against me for many years, always been impressed by his technical ability and his ability to get in the box and score goals.
“He’s another experienced midfielder with bags of enthusiasm for the game and a character which will add a winning mentality into the dressing room.”