Jordan Wynter is the first new name to join Maidstone United this summer.
Wynter, who can play in defence and midfield, came through the youth ranks at Arsenal before spells with Bristol City and Cheltenham Town. The 24-year-old has two years’ National League experience under his belt.
Last season he made more than 30 appearances for Woking, which is where he made the switch to central defence. Prior to that he turned out a dozen times for Bromley.
Stones boss Jay Saunders said: “I am delighted to get Jordan on board – one of a few new additions we’ll be seeing in the coming weeks. At 24, he’s got a lot of experience but there’s plenty more to come from him as well.
“I like that he gives me options in defence and across the midfield, which you need when running with a relatively small squad. He’s a very athletic player who’ll bring a different dynamic to the team.”