Published: 08:43, 25 January 2022
| Updated: 07:48, 26 January 2022
Folkestone have signed a winger ahead of their trip to take on Isthmian Premier leaders Worthing on Tuesday night.
Luke Wanadio joins Invicta on an initial one-month loan deal from National League South Dartford.
Former Bromley and Aldershot winger Wanadio has made six starts and six substitute appearances for the Darts this season.
He becomes Invicta's second signing in a matter of days after they landed former Cray Wanderers assistant boss Andy Drury last week.
Adam Hinshelwood's Worthing start the day four points clear at the summit but, while Neil Cugley's men are eight points behind the frontrunners in fifth, they have two matches in hand.
Looking ahead to the match at Woodside Road, Cugley said: "Worthing are a good side.
"I'm sure they will try and get revenge (with Invicta having won 3-1 on the opening-day of the season), and they have a good manager.
"There's been a lot of investment into Worthing over the last few years and I'm sure they'll expect to get into National League South."
When asked whether he felt the match would have big ramifications in terms of a title race, Cugley added: "Yes and no.
"There's still a long way to go, I think we are only just past halfway through the season.
"There will be loads of twists and turns, and I'm sure the teams around us will strengthen - and I'm sure they will all be taking points off each other.
"But this is definitely a big game."
Cugley has confirmed Wanadio is available for their match at Worthing.