Bournemouth have re-signed striker Matt Tubbs for a third spell from Blue Square Premier side Salisbury.
The deal was finalised in time for Tubbs to take his place in the Cherries squad for Friday night's clash with Grimsby.
Tubbs came on for the final 17 minutes and helped his new side come from behind to rescue a 3-3 draw.
Tubbs started his career with the Cherries before signing for Premier League side Bolton.
The 24-year-old then re-signed on non-contract terms back at Dean Court before signing on a permanent basis for Salisbury in 2006.
He is now back with Jimmy Quinn's side on loan and will stay with the club until the New Year.