Chelmsford City have added to their attacking options with the signing of striker Liam Enver-Marum from promotion rivals Hungerford Town.
The 29-year-old frontman links up with the Clarets after a short stint with the Crusaders.
He has also played for Maidstone United, Ebbsfleet United, Braintree Town and with Chelmsford manager Rod Stringer during his stint in charge at Bishop’s Stortford
And the Clarets boss was delighted with his capture, saying: “Liam has bags of experience and a desire to do well. I worked with him at Stortford after signing him from Braintree. He will add a physical presence to our front line and once again displays that the club are ambitious to achieve our goal of promotion to the National League’s top division”.