Forward Michael Thalassitis has signed for his fourth club in the Vanarama National League South this season after re-joining struggling Margate.
The 24-year-old was released by Hemel Hempstead Town last month and was immediately snapped up by league rivals Welling United.
However, after playing just a couple of games for the Wings, Thalassitis has returned to Hartsdown Park.
Thalaissitis joined the Tudors at the end of October from Margate.
He had signed for Gate in the summer from St Albans City but only scored 3 goals in seventeen appearances, twice in the league and once in the club`s Emirates FA Cup run to the Fourth Qualifying Round.
Edmonton-born Thalassitis started his career with Stevenage, coming through their academy system to sign a two-year professional deal, making his debut against MK Dons in 2011.
He subsequently enjoyed successful loan spells at Boreham Wood, Hayes & Yeading United and Ebbsfleet United, whilst also gaining international recognition with the Cyprus under-21 squad.
Upon the expiry of his Stevenage contract he had spells at Chelmsford City, Bishop`s Stortford and last season scored 6 goals in thirteen games for St Albans.