Workington Reds have signed the former Carlisle United forward Steven Rigg after he played 45 minutes in the opening friendly at Penrith yesterday.
The 29-year-old, who hails from Keswick, has been training with the Workington squad after leaving National League club Dover Athletic.
He started his senior career with Penrith, where over 60 goals during his two seasons with the Northern League side saw him move into the Football League with League Two side Carlisle United.
Rigg featured 36 times for the Cumbrians and scored on his debut, before moving to Barrow on loan 16 months later.
Following his release by United, the forward moved across the border and signed for Scottish Championship side Queen of the South for one season, before returning to Carlisle on a short-term deal with spells at Chorley, Workington and American side Erie Commodores FC of the National Premier Soccer League during the 2017/18 campaign.
He played over 40 games for the cash-strapped Dover club before moving back north.
Reds assistant manager Steven Rudd said: “Riggy is an experienced player who will bring a lot to our squad.
“He’s a very good addition and we are looking forward to seeing him on a regular basis.”