Barnet striker Steve Kabba has agreed a new two-year contract with the League Two outfit ahead of the new campaign.
The much-travelled 30-year-old is set to put pen to paper after protracted talks with manager Lawrie Sanchez and chairman Tony Kleanthous.
Kabba, who was out of contract at Underhill, initially turned down a new deal and was linked with a move to Greece.
But the former Sheffield United and Watford frontman, who hit 11 goals in 25 appearances last season, has now committed himself to the Bees.
The news comes as a huge boost to Sanchez, who lost player of the year Joe Devera to Swindon after his contract expired.
Kabba will miss Saturday's friendly against Peterborough as he is recovering from a knee operation, but Sanchez will run the rule over former MK Dons goalkeeper Stuart Searle and Harrow Borough full-back Ryan Watts.