FORMER Newport County AFC striker Jefferson Louis has added club number 37 to his CV after joining Evo-Stik Southern League South side Farnborough.

The 39-year-old journeyman, who spent five months at Rodney Parade in 2012, has been transferred more than 40 times in his nomadic 20-year career.

Louis enjoyed a successful 2017-2018 campaign with both Banbury United and Chesham United and is not ready to hang up his boots just yet.

South Wales Argus:

He told Farnborough’s official website: “After speaking to manager Spencer Day it was a no brainer to go to Farnborough.

“Obviously, I’ll be the number one striker. At my age I just want to keep playing football.

“I scored 32 goals last season and I just want to keep playing. I don’t want to be second fiddle to someone else.

“I feel like I’ve proven myself last season and I feel like I’m a proven goalscorer in this league.”

South Wales Argus:

Louis will be reunited with former Exiles teammate Lenny Pidgeley (above) at Farnborough.

The 35-year-old goalkeeper, a promotion-winner with County in 2013, left Margate last week.

Farnborough boss Day said: “I’m delighted to add these experienced lads to compliment the exciting current players we have returning.

“They have bought into what we are trying to do here, and we are all looking forward to the new campaign.”