Metropolitan Police have announced that Bradley Hudson-Odoi has signed a contract with the Ryman League Premier Division club.
Hudson-Odoi, 28, started his career with Fulham but failed to make the first-team squad and moved to Hereford United in July 2008.
He played sixteen times for the Bulls in League Two and netted three times. He also had a spell on loan with Grays Athletic, then members of the Conference Premier, and played in eleven matches for the Blues.
He joined Histon on a six-month contract in August 2009, but re-joined Grays on a month’s loan on the following November.
He rejoined Grays for a third time in October 2010, before signing for then Conference South club Thurrock in December.
In July 2011 Hudson-Odoi, who has represented Ghana at under-20 level, made the move to Hungarian side Vasas SC – one of the country`s major sports clubs – before signing for the Met in November.
Hudson-Odoi has been improving with every game since he joined the Met and manager Jim Cooper was keen to secure the services of the prolific striker.
He has been the difference in recent games for the Blues and has helped add goals to some excellent team performances.