FORMER Fulham star and Latvian international Andrejs Stolcers has joined Hayes & Yeading United.
The attacking midfielder arrives at Church Road on a free transfer from Bath City and is one of three January transfer deadline day signings by manager Garry Haylock.
However, the capture of Stolcers is a real coup for the club as the 35-year-old comes with an impressive CV.
He has been capped 81 times by his country, for whom he scored seven times, and secured a £2million move to Fulham after helping Spartak Moscow win the Russian League title.
Stolcers helped the Whites gain promotion to the Premiership and, after representing Latvia at the 2004 European Championships in Portugal, he joined Yeovil Town and helped them to the 2004/05 league title.
Spells at FC Baku (Azerbaijan), Skonto and JFK Olimps Riga (both Latvia) followed before the journeyman returned to train with the Glovers before moving to Bath.
Stolcers, who began his career at Olimpija Riga before enjoying spells at Skonto FC and Shakhtar Donetsk, is joined at Hayes & Yeading by goalkeeper Clark Masters and defender Ed Harris.
Masters, 22, was released by League Two side Aldershot yesterday after failing to displace Venezuelan Mikhael Jaimez-Ruizas as the Shots' first choice stopper. Previously he made 14 appearances for Brentford during the 2006/07 season but was restricted to just two the following season, prompting a move to Southend United. Masters has also enjoyed several loan spells including AFC Wimbledon and Stevenage Borough.
Harris, meanwhile, was the first of Haylock's signings yesterday. The 19-year-old central defender has joined on loan from QPR until the end of the season.
All three players are expected to be included in the squad for Saturday's trip to Histon.