Bromley have signed forward John Goddard on loan from EFL League 2 side Stevenage.
The 25-year-old can play as a winger, attacking midfielder, or forward, and will add some further prowess to Neil Smith’s front line. Amidst interest from Championship and fellow League One clubs, in May 2016, Goddard signed for Swindon Town on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
After making 48 appearances in his first campaign with Town, an injury prevented him from starting the opening six weeks of the 2017-18 season, before he worked his way back to fitness and was then signed by Stevenage on a two-year deal.
Bromley manager Neil Smith was delighted with his latest capture, and commented: “He’s a very, very good player. He’s just had his first training session and it’s clear to see he’s a very talented lad.
“He’s comfortable in possession, capable of scoring goals, and can hopefully link up the midfield and forward line. It’s a great acquisition for the club and he’s coming in as a hungry player, who’s keen to show everyone what he can do.”