Former Norwich City striker Jamie Cureton has joined Enfield FC, the 21st club of his career.
Cureton has signed for the Essex Senior League side after departing Hornchurch FC following a career spanning all across the professional game and English non-league.
He started his career at Carrow Road, playing in the Premier League for the canaries before falling out of favour at Norwich and embarking on a a loan spell at Bristol Rovers which they opted to turn permanent. He stayed at Bristol for four years, scoring 72 goals in 174 appearances.
Following spells at the likes of Reading, QPR and Swindon Town, he has now signed for Enfield in a player/coach capacity.
Cureton tweeted following the announcement and said: "Delighted to sort out my future for the season ahead. Joining a club on the up, so impressed with the plans on and off the field. Cannot wait to get going. Hoping to add value playing and coaching."
With all grass roots football currently suspended, the Canaries legend will have to wait a little longer to get back out on the pitch.
Cureton made his 1000th career appearance in April last year when playing for non-league side Bishop's Stortford and is showing no signs of slowing down following the incredible milestone.
Speaking about his long career, he said: "I don't think I've changed too much. I've always tried to stay very grounded and really want to enjoy football, no matter where I was playing or who I was playing for. That's what's helped me keep going, I've never thought I'm too big or too good, I've just embraced it.