Vanarama National League South club Bishop`s Stortford have added a second new player to their squad this week with the addition of forward Rohdell Gordon.
Joint boss Mark Hawkes knows Gordon well from his time in charge of Chelmsford City where he had him on loan.
Gordon was released by Stevenage at the end of last season.
The 20-year-old winger was signed by Stevenage on a youth contract in 2010 following an impressive trial for the club.
He continued to impress the club and in 2014 his efforts were rewarded with a professional deal.
He spent the majority of the 2014/15 season on loan at Chelmsford during which he made thirty-six appearances, scored 4 goals and provided nine assists.
Earlier in his career he also had loan spells with Walton Casuals, Arlesey Town and Bishop`s Stortford and last season spent time in the National League with Bromley, making fifteen appearances.
He left Boro having played seven times in the first-team and signed for National League side Braintree Town.