Striker Liam Nash will be playing football in Gibraltar next season.
The finisher played for Gillingham between 2017 and 2019 and was most recently at National South play-off challengers Dartford.
Nash has agreed to sign for Boca Gibraltar.
He was in the Dartford team the last time they played, in a 3-0 win over Chelmsford City at Princes Park in mid-March, before the Covid-19 crisis led to football being halted.
His time at the Darts came to an end before a resolution was passed to allow National League South clubs to start preparing for a play-off campaign.
Nash, 24, signed for the Darts in January having previously been with Hemel Hempstead. He played 12 games for the Gills but failed to find the net and eventually moved to Cork City.
He said: “I’m very happy to make the move to Boca and I’m excited by the ambition of the club and where it wants to go.
“Hopefully I can take my experience and help push the team forward.
“It’s time for me, from a personal point of view, to push on and take my game to the next level and I feel this is will be the perfect platform for me to do so and I can’t wait to get going.”