Concord Rangers have signed forward Michael Thalassitis from National League South rivals Chelmsford City.
Thalassitis signed for the Clarets at the end of October from another league rival, Bishop`s Stortford.
He returned to the ProKit UK Stadium after a two-month spell with the Blues in 2012 before returning to parent club Stevenage.
Thalassitis had signed a professional two-year contract with Stevenage in May 2011, having joined the club’s Centre of Excellence ahead of the 2010/11 season following Stevenage’s promotion to the Football League. He made his first-team debut in August 2011.
Two months later Thalassitis joined Boreham Wood on loan, returning to Stevenage in January 2012.
He was loaned out once again a month later, signing for Hayes & Yeading United on a one-month loan deal.
During the 2012/13 season Thalassitis was briefly loaned out to Cambridge United before joining the Blues.
He played eight matches with Stortford making his debut in a home match versus Gainsborough Trinity. After leaving the ProKit UK Stadium he spent the remainder of the season on loan at Boreham Wood, scoring 7 goals in nineteen games.
The 2013/14 season saw Thalassitis join Ebbsfleet United on a season-long loan and he finished the campaign with 11 goals in twenty-nine games.
He spent the early part of this summer with Hayes & Yeading before switching to Bishop`s Stortford.