Published: 20:34, 05 June 2019
| Updated: 21:34, 05 June 2019
Dartford have signed former Maidstone forward Alex Flisher.
The 27-year-old recently left Margate after two seasons and is stepping back up to National League South.
Flisher knows what that division's all about, having gone up through the play-offs with the Stones in 2016.
He's the second attacking player to join Dartford this week after Luke Wanadio.
Joint-managers Adam Flanagan and Jamie Coyle said: "We are excited to announce that Alex Flisher has signed for the club.
"Alex won several promotions while at Maidstone United and most recently has been playing for Margate.
"He made contact with us a couple of weeks ago and expressed an interest to play at a higher level again next season, and after discussions we were able to agree a deal.
"Alex started on the wing while at Maidstone and in recent years he has played as a striker for Margate so this flexibility will provide us with options within the squad.
"Having had a couple of seasons away from National League South level we are keen to see Alex in this environment again and him showcasing all of the good attributes that he has.
"The squad is now taking shape and we hope in the next few weeks there will be two or three more players coming in to strengthen the squad even further.”