Vanarama National League club Woking have turned to National League South side Ebbsfleet United again, this time to take striker Adam Cunnington on a month`s loan.
The Cards already have defender Craig Braham-Barrett on loan from the Fleet – a deal that was recently extended.
Now the good relationship between the two clubs sees 6`3” Cunnington arrive at Kingfield.
Cunnington played for a host of clubs including Barwell, Barton Rovers, Leighton Town, Aylesbury United and Hitchin Town at the outset of his career.
A prolific goalscoring record earned him a move to Solihull Moors in 2010/11 and then up the pyramid to Kettering Town and Dagenham & Redbridge as his reputation increased.
In 2012 he spent a period on loan at Alfreton Town before signing for Tamworth where he enjoyed a fruitful season in 2012/13, scoring 21 league goals.
This earned him a move and a two-year contract at Cambridge United where he scored 10 goals in thirty-one games as part of the side that won promotion to the Football League, playing in the 2013/14 promotion final.
He started the U’s Football League campaign as one of their main strikers although moved to Bristol Rovers on a three-month loan earlier that season, scoring three times, before Fleet made their move for the proven goalscorer in January 2015 on an eighteen-month contract.
An instant hit, he finished last season with 10 goals in eighteen starts but this season has yet to start a league game, featuring ten times off the bench.