Midfielder David Hutton has left Chesham United to join struggling Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division rivals Hayes and Yeading United.
The 27-year-old signed for the Generals in January 2017 from league rivals Kings Langley.
Began his career with Tottenham Hotspur as a youth, but made his League bow for Cheltenham Town in 2009 on loan before making a permanent move to Whaddon Road and totalling twenty-five appearances.
He has since played for Kingstonian, St Albans City, Jerez (Spain) and Boreham Wood.
He was part of the Hemel Hempstead Town squad that won the Southern League title in 2013/14, and went on to play for Dunstable Town, St Neots Town, Biggleswade Town and Bishop`s Stortford.
He re-joins his former Kings Langley bosses Paul Hughes and Richie Hanlon at Hayes & Yeading.