Wealdstone have announced that they have captured the signature of Sam Cox, who was with National League side Boreham Wood for the past three seasons.
The highly combative midfielder began his career in the Spurs Academy and skippered their under-16 side.
He progressed through the youth ranks, eventually signing a pro contract for the Premiership outfit in 2009.
He then went out on loan to League Two side Cheltenham Town and then had spells at Histon and Torquay United. He was released by Tottenham at the end of the 2010 season and then joined Barnet before linking up with Hayes & Yeading United and then a very successful period at Boreham Wood, gaining promotion with them to the National League.
He was called up to play for the Guyana National side in May 2015
The 25-year-old can also play in a defending role as well as his more familiar, ball winning midfield position.
Cox will be available for selection for Stones’ match against Poole Town at The Vale on `Non-League Day` this Saturday, 3rd September.