Blue Square Bet North club Solihull Moors have made what could turn out to be a coup signing.
Moors have given former Trinidad & Tobago international striker Stern John a chance to make a comeback after a year out of the game.
John made his international debut for Trinidad in February 1995 against Finland and represented his country on 114 occasions scoring seventy goals.
He is the fourth highest international goalscorer behind Pelé, Ferenc Puskás and Ali Daei.
He started his soccer career in the USA playing for Columbus Crew in Ohio and New Orleans Riverboat Gamblers and moved to Nottingham Forest in 1999.
He remains a legend at Birmingham City and Coventry City and also played for Southampton and Crystal Palace.
During his professional career he has played 467 league games and scored 163 goals.
Moors have also signed midfielder Reece Fleet.
Fleet started his career in the youth academy at Birmingham City. He was released at the close of the 2010/11 season, but as the son of ex-Oxford City keeper Colin Fleet, it was no surprise that he joined City for the start of last season when they won promotion to the Conference North.
He also turned out for Hungerford Town towards the end of the last campaign.