Vanarama Conference South club Bishop`s Stortford have signed striker James Walker from league rivals Eastbourne Borough.
Walker started his career with Charlton Athletic.
The 27-year-old left The Valley in July 2008 and then turned out for a variety of clubs.
He spent time on loan at Hartlepool United, Bristol Rovers, Leyton Orient, Notts County, Yeovil and Southend United while he was with Charlton.
He then signed permanently for Southend in August 2008 and went on loan again to Hereford United before moving to Gillingham as a January 2010 transfer deadline signing.
He then returned to Orient in the summer of 2010 but made just one start but was released in January 2011.
Walker joined Woking in March 2011 having been on trial with league rivals Grimsby Town.
His contract with Eastbourne was cancelled in February 2013 for personal and family reasons.
He moved to Australia to play in the Brisbane Premier League for Albany Creek Excelsior.
However, in August, Walker re-signed for Eastbourne after a successful pre-season trial.
But manager Tommy Widdrington released him last month.