Nationwide Conference club Woking's longest-serving player Chris Sharpling has decided to move on and has joined Nationwide South club Lewes.
After an impressive loan spell with Woking in 2000 he joined the Cards for a record £60,000 fee from Crystal Palace in 2001.
However, a serious cruciate knee ligament injury and a hernia problem hindered the 25-year old's career.
The striker now joins the Rooks on non-contract terms in a bid to resurrect his football career and to prove he can still score goals the way he used to.
Sharpling is ineligible for Lewes' FA Cup replay with Oxford United.
Meanwhile, teenage West Ham goalkeeper David Blackmore has been recalled from his loan spell at the Dripping Pan.