Wealdstone have signed Gambian international striker Omar Koroma
He spent two years at Portsmouth under then manager Harry Redknapp after coming over from Gambian side Banjul Hawks, and also had a loan spell at Norwich City during the 2008/09 season.
He was released by Pompey in 2010 and had been playing in Denmark before joining Forest Green Rovers on trial.
Forest Green signed Koroma on a three-year contract in May 2012.
However, he left in January 2014 by mutual consent after making twenty-three appearances and no goals.
Following a brief trial, he joined Ryman League Premier Division side Dulwich Hamlet in November 2014,
After leaving Dulwich, he moved to Iceland to sign for Thróttur Reykjavík on a one-year contract with an option to extend.
He was on his travels again earlier this year by joining Kazakhstani outfit FC Kyzyl-Zhar SK.
The Stones have also signed former Hornets and Borehamwood winger Matty Whichelow.
The 24 year old made his Championship debut for Watford against Scunthorpe United on 23 October 2010 as a substitute and again came on at half time in the match against Derby County on 30 October 2010, scoring his first professional goal within ten minutes.
Whichelow featured for Watford 17 more times during the 2010/11 season, which included 4 starts and 2 goals.
Whichelow then joined Exeter City on loan on 16 September 2011 for a month but returned to Vicarage Road and came on in the second half against Tottenham Hotspur in the FA Cup to make his second appearance for Watford that season.
He was loaned out again, this time to Wycombe Wanderers on a one-month youth loan deal in 2012 and scored on his debut against Tranmere Rovers.
Matty was then loaned to League Two club Accrington Stanley; his loan was extended into a second and third month, where he made a total of 4 appearances.
He joined Borehamwood in August 2013 and made his debut on 17 August 2013 in a 2–0 win against Tonbridge Angels and went on to score 13 times in over 70 appearances. In October 2015, Whichelow joined Chelmsford City on a three-month loan deal.