Promising midfielder John-Prince Rylah has returned to Ryman League Division One South club Walton Casuals just weeks after his initial departure.
The former Millwall man joined the club in late September, but was unable to feature for the Stags in his time at the club.
Nonetheless, the winger will now reunite with Anthony Gale, another former figure at Millwall.
Having enjoyed a trial with AFC Bournemouth in the summer, which saw him feature against Leyton Orient and Arsenal, Rylah will now hope to make an impact following his return.
Goalkeeper Luke Badiali has also returned to Casuals for a second spell, re-joining from local neighbours Walton & Hersham.
Starting the first fourteen games of the 2014/15 campaign, he also made two cup appearances in the leading weeks before opting for a departure to the Swans.
He later joined Tooting & Mitcham United during the year, alongside Harvey Cheadle, who also later joined the Terrors after leaving the Waterside Stadium.
Having featured for Fulham against an Indonesian XI, the 6`2” keeper made his debut against Peacehaven & Telscombe on the day of his arrival.
Meanwhile, Moses Ashikodi has left Casuals by mutual consent, having scored 7 times in fourteen appearances.
The former Millwall striker joined the club in August 2015, making his debut the day he arrived in a 3-0 victory over Tooting & Mitcham United.
Netting the opening goal in the dominant win, the club’s first of the season, Ashikodi went on to become a prolific forward for the Stags.
Making thirteen consecutive appearances in the number nine shirt, the Antigua & Barbuda international played his final minutes for the club in the 5-1 defeat to Guernsey.