Former AFC Hayes and Hendon defender Charlie Goode has earned a move to League One side Scunthorpe United.
The classy 19-year-old centre-back swapped the Brook for the Greens in November and helped Gary McCann’s side reach the Ryman Premier play-off final.
Goode, who will moving up an incredible five divisions when he joins the Iron, has now signed a two-year contract at Scunthorpe and has the option of a third year.
"Coming from non-league is a big jump but it'll hopefully be a good experience," he told the club website.
"I was at AFC Hayes two years ago and joined Hendon where Gary McCann gave me good football down there.
"We just missed out on promotion in the play-off final last season and it's brought me here now, so it's been a really good season for me."
Goode capped off a stunning season with a call up to the England C squad, getting 25 minutes under his belt against Ireland’s U21s this week.
He becomes Scunthorpe’s fifth signing of the summer.
"I'm nearly six foot five and I've always had a bit of pace,” he added. “So it's just been a case that my height has helped me along the way.
"Now I'm following in the footsteps of my dad who was a centre-half as a semi-professional.
"I've got to work hard and try and earn my place here. I want to make as many appearances as I can. I'm not expecting to walk into the team but I'm going to work hard and do the best that I can to do that."