Wealdstone Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of forward Moses Emmanuel.
The 30-year-old is reunited with Dean Brennan after being released by Welling United earlier this week and will be available for selection against his former side on Saturday.
Emmanuel began his non-league career at Croydon Athletic and was signed by League Two Brentford following a successful 2007/08 season.
The forward had loan spell in the National League South with the Wings and Woking, signing permanently for the latter in January 2010.
After 18 months at Kingfield, Emmanuel remained in the National League South with Eastleigh and Dover Athletic before he joined Bromley in 2014.
The energetic striker scored 15 league goals in 2014/15 and helped Bromley secure the National League South title.
Emmanuel continued to score in the National League during the following season with Bromley and earned moves to Dover Athletic, Sutton United and Maidenhead United (loan).
In 2018, Emmanuel joined Billericay Town and scored 17 league goals on his return to the National League South, playing under Brennan for a portion of the season.
The striker began the 2019/20 season at New Lodge until he moved back to Welling United in November 2019; Emmanuel has already scored seven goals this season.