Chris Arthur has left Vanarama National league side Aldershot Town after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent and has been snapped up by Bostik League Premier club Leatherhead.
The 27-year-old joined The Shots in August before joining National League South outfit Whitehawk on loan in November.
Arthur was originally an academy graduate at Championship side Queens Park Rangers but never made an appearance for the Hoops.
During his time at QPR, he went out on loan at Hayes & Yeading United, Kettering Town and Rushden & Diamonds.
Since his time at QPR, he has made thirty-nine accumulated appearances in League Two, making twenty-six appearances for AFC Wimbledon, seven appearances for Northampton Town and six appearances for Crawley Town.
After having two spells at National League Woking, he has accumulated eighty-eight appearances for the Cards as well as thirteen for Aldershot this season.
Leatherhead have also announced the signing of former Billericay Town and Kingstonian forward Tom Derry.
The 22-year-old started his career at Gillingham before being sent out on loan to National League South side Chelmsford City.
He then had spells with Aldershot Town, Dulwich Hamlet, Hayes & Yeading United and Billericay before signing for groundsharers Kingstonian.
He made a name for himself with K`s and became a fans` favourite.
NEW SIGNING| The Tanners are delighted to announce the signing of Chris Arthur from @OfficialShots who's Formerly played for @AFCWimbledon , @crawleytown , @wokingfc & @ntfc ????#WelcomeArthur ????https://t.co/J2gMs3Ga7v pic.twitter.com/5YWUqBocD7
— Leatherhead FC (@Leatherheadfc) December 22, 2017