Vanarama National League club Dover Athletic have signed winger Keanu Marsh-Brown from SkyBet League Two side Forest Green Rovers on loan until the end of the season.
The 25-year-old has scored 23 goals in 103 appearances for Forest Green since arriving from Barnet in the summer of 2015.
One of those goals came against Dover in the second leg of the National League play-off semi-final at the New Lawn in May 2016.
This season, Marsh-Brown has made nineteen appearances, scoring twice in the process.
He started his career in the youth set-up at Arsenal before moving to Fulham where he would go onto earn his chance as a professional.
When the Cottagers reached the 2010 Europa League final against Atletico Madrid, Marsh-Brown was a part of former England manager Roy Hodgson’s squad that earned victories over European giants Juventus and Shaktar Donetsk.
He was loaned out by Fulham to League One side MK Dons and then to Scottish Premier League side Dundee United, before leaving the London side for Oldham Athletic on a permanent deal in 2011.
The following year he joined Yeovil, before moving onto Barnet in March 2013, scoring 13 goals in forty-eight league appearances for the Bees.
— Dover Athletic FC (@DoverAthletic) 15 March 2018