Bostik League Premier club Harrow Borough have announced the signing of former Arsenal left-back Arinse Uade.
After leaving the Gunners, Uade joined up with Steve McClaren at Derby County but failed to convince the former England boss to offer him a deal at the club.
He later worked with former Rams and Motherwell midfielder Simo Valakari at SJK in Finland, but moved back to England to sign terms with Northern Premier outfit Ilkeston FC.
The 21-year-old was then offered a return to the pro game with Norwich City`s under-23 squad in December 2015. However, he was released six months later and had short spells with Eastbourne Borough and Lewes.
He ended last season with Ryman North side Tilbury.
Uade joins several new signings made by manager Steve Baker since the end of last season.
Centre-half Adam Richards joins having previously played for Marlow.
He also spent time at the John Madejski Academy and for Hayes & Yeading United.
Right-back Howard Hall returns to the club after spells with Barton Rovers, Bishop`s Stortford, Hayes & Yeading and Leatherhead.
The 28-year-old`s other former clubs include St Albans City, Hendon, Uxbridge and Northwood.
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Midfielder Nathan Poulton is another to have arrived from Marlow.
His former clubs include Burnham, Flackwell Heath, Bracknell Town, Beaconsfield SYCOB and Chesham United.
Winger Bajram Pashaj joins from Egham Town, having previously played for Boro`s league rivals Staines Town.
Twenty-seven-year-old goalkeeper Sam Beagle joins from Hemel Hempstead Town.
He started out at Cambridge United and went on to serve Wealdstone and Hillingdon Borough.
He left Hemel in July 2013 to join the Formula 2 motor racing circuit, but is now back in the game.
Without doubt, Harrow`s best-known newcomer is the vastly experienced and much-travelled forward Richard Pacquette.
Pacquette started his career at Queens Park Rangers and his list of clubs since leaving Loftus Road is amongst the biggest of the current players in non-League football!
Amongst the ones he spent longest at are Worthing, Havant & Waterlooville, Maidenhead United, Eastbourne Borough, Hayes & Yeading and Hampton & Richmond Borough.
In the last year or so he has been on the books at Walton & Hersham, Metropolitan Police, Grays Athletic and Egham.
They all join the following players who have agreed to re-sign for next season
Brendan Hazlett, Mark McLeod, Michael Peacock, Mike Bryan, Will Turl and Sean Preddie.
However, Michael Peacock will not be re-signing for Boro.
Due to a change is his working hours, effecting the time he could commit to the club,
Peacock joined the club in August 2012, replacing club legend Wayne Walter in the heart of the Harrow defence.
He made 250 appearances, scoring 13 goals.