FORMER Brentford striker Chris Moore is aiming to reignite his football career with Zamaretto Division One Central club Uxbridge.
Uxbridge boss Tony Choules has beaten local rivals Northwood to capture the 30-year-old, who played for both clubs before moving up the ladder to Dagenham & Redbridge.
Moore, who has not played since being released by Farnborough in October 2009, recently made a comeback in pre-season matches for Northwood, but he has instead found a deal from Uxbridge too good to turn down.
Uxbridge boss Tony Choules said: “Chris came to meet us on Thursday and we put a financial package on the table. I was lucky enough to have him when I was manager of Northwood, before he went onto bigger and better things.”
Uxbridge had imposed a Monday deadline on Moore making a decision and he informed Northwood boss Mark Barnham that he was turning down Northwood in favour of a move to Honeycroft.
Moore left Northwood for Dagenham & Redbridge in 2003 and his prolific spell of 44 goals in 98 games resulted in a move to Leroy Rosenior's Brentford in 2006, but the goals dried up and he ended up back at Daggers, before a spell at Chelmsford City.
Uxbridge kick-off their Zamaretto Central campaign on Saturday with a tricky trip to Soham Town Rangers, but Choules believes his new-look side can make the play-offs this season.
“The target for us is to get into the play-offs,” he said. “It is imperative that we have a good start as it is a hard task, but it is one that we can achieve. We have new blood and the players want to shove a few words down the throats of people after last season.”