Striker Jason Parish has returned to AFC Portchester.
The new signing was completed today (Friday) ahead of the first team’s trip to Lymington Town on Saturday in the Sydenhams Wessex League Premier Division.
He last played for the Royals in 2016 when Gosport Borough signed him after a prolific goalscoring season when he netted 28 goals in 43 games.
His most recent club has been Baffins Milton Rovers, where last season he scored 27 goals in 42 appearances.
So far this season he has netted eight goals from ten starts for Baffins.
Portchester manager Mick Catlin is pleased to see the return of Parish to the Crest Finance Stadium and believes he will compliment has current squad perfectly.
Catlin said: “Jason is an established Wessex League forward with a consistent goal scoring record at this level.
“He is a player I have always liked and I worked with him
briefly at Gosport before injury curtailed his season.
“Jason is different to the forwards we currently have and I feel he will fit perfectly into the squad and compliment the players we currently have.
“He knows and understands the ethos of the club which is important and I feel we are getting a player who can help us get to the next level.
“I am sure the supporters will be excited to see Jason back in an orange shirt.”