Robbie Hume has become the latest player to sign on the dotted line at Portstewart as boss Johnny Law continues building his squad for the next season.
The 28-year-old striker has bags of experience at his disposal having made his name with Institute, Limavady United and Ballinamallard United.
"We've been in talks with Robbie for a couple of weeks now and he's been down for a few of our training session to get a feel for the club," said Law.
"Although he hasn't played much recently he still looked sharp and certainly hasn't lost his eye for goal. We are delighted to have Robbie on board, and he knows the hard work begins now, we will all work together to ensure we get the best out of him."
Hume's arrival comes a few days after keeper Joel Madison moved to the club from Coleraine & District League side Garvagh. The 33-year-old brings with him a long career between the sticks, including a former stint over several seasons with Portstewart and spells with Glebe Rangers and Larne.