Former AFC Wimbledon, AFC Bournemouth, Portsmouth, Crawley Town and Rotherham United striker Matt Tubbs has joined National League South new-boys Havant & Waterlooville.
Tubbs started his career at Salisbury but made a name for himself at Crawley Town under Steve Evans where the striker's goals fired the Reds to the Blue Square Bet Premier title with a record amount of points.
After continuing to shine for Crawley in the Football League, Tubbs was given the chance to join his hometown club, Bournemouth. However, it didn't work out for the Dorset-native at the Cherries and he was soon loaned out to Rotherham, Portsmouth and AFC Wimbledon.
Tubbs eventually made his move to League Two Portsmouth permanent but injuries and poor form hampered his chances at Fratton Park.
The striker then spent time in the National League with Eastleigh, Forest Green Rovers and Wokin, but has now dropped down a division to join Havant, who are managed by former Bournemouth boss and Portsmouth striker Lee Bradbury.