Barnet manager Tim Flowers is glad to have added further competition up front following the signing of Tomi Adeloye.
Ex-Ebbsfleet United man Adeloye has joined the National League strugglers this week on a short-term deal.
Flowers, who had Adeloye at Macclesfield Town during pre-season before the club was wound up, told Barnet’s website:
“He offers us a bit more selection up front and adds some more competition for places at the top end of the pitch, so I’m hopeful he’ll be able to hit the ground running.
“We obviously brought Courtney (Baker-Richardson) in and he’s slowly feeling his way back to fitness, but is improving game by game.
“Along with the other options we already have in the attacking areas, I felt it was important to bring in another body who can hopefully add goals to the team going forward.”