Published: 13:10, 31 January 2018
Danny Mills is staying at Dartford until the end of the season.
Darts have extended the Ebbsfleet striker's loan spell after his initial two-month stay expired at the weekend.
Mills will compete for a place up front with Alfie Pavey, Andy Pugh and Duane Ofori-Acheampong as Dartford fight for promotion to the National League.
Mills signed for Ebbsfleet last summer after five good seasons at Whitehawk.
But he found his opportunities limited at Stonebridge Road, starting just two league games for newly-promoted Fleet.
He joined Dartford at the start of December and has made 11 appearances, scoring once.
Darts boss Tony Burman said: "I am delighted to have Danny on board for the rest of the season.
"It now means I have a formidable strike force to pick from for our run in, and with his experience covers any problems that may occur.
"Danny’s attitude and work rate has been spot on and when you consider he had not played many games before he came here he has been an excellent addition the squad and will be an asset going forwards.
"I would like to thank Daryl McMahon and Dean Pooley for helping to make this deal happen.”
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