Published: 17:30, 27 November 2017
Johan ter Horst is back at Folkestone Invicta.
The striker has rejoined the club on a month’s loan from Maidstone United three-and-a-half years after leaving them to sign for Hull City.
Hythe-based Ter Horst has played 13 games for Stones in the National League since moving to the Gallagher Stadium in the summer, scoring once.
Folkestone boss Neil Cugley said: “I heard he was in and out of the side. I saw him at the John Tredwell charity game the other day and it just went from there.
“He needs to get some goals and I’m sure he’ll get back in their side.
“We’re delighted and it’s a situation which suits both parties.
“We’ve got Ian Draycott away for three weeks. He got married and was unable to have his honeymoon then so it’s perfect timing really.”
Ter Horst’s last game for Invicta was the play-off final defeat to Leatherhead in May 2014.
Cugley said: “He’s one of those people you know will have a go for you. It’s great to have him back.
“We haven’t got to pay Draycs while he’s away and the supporters club have trumped up some money so I thank them for that.
“Johan’s a good, local lad and he’s got something about him.”