Gillingham have completed the signing of striker Mark McCammon from Doncaster Rovers.
McCammon, who struck four League One goals as Rovers clinched promotion last season, joins Gillingham on a three-year deal.
Gills boss Mark Stimson will be hopeful the powerful 29-year-old will aid his side in their bid to bounce back from last term's relegation to League Two.
Meanwhile, Stimson has conceded that unsettled striker Delroy Facey is unlikely to remain at Priestfield Stadium.
Stimson told KentOnline: "We're waiting to hear now. It's possible that he will leave and there are one or two clubs interested.
"If he leaves then that will release some more money. I would be surprised if he is here at the start of the season but I've said to him that we're professional and if he's better than the players we have here then he can play.
"Delroy is a great lad and his attitude is good but I expect more from him than what he sets himself. He is physically strong but I expect more from him.
"He's not from Gillingham and he has a child up north and you have to be happy when you close the front door in the morning."