Stanley have completed the signing of winger Kaid Mohamed.
The Welshman has agreed non-contract terms at the Wham Stadium and goes straight into the squad for this weekend's game at Barnet.
“His experience will be an asset and we like to think that he'll bring goals," said Stanley boss John Coleman. "He scored a couple in a game we played during the week against Oldham so he gives us a different option. I think it's important to strengthen from a position of strength rather than being desperate to add players.
“He can play out wide or in a more central position and that's the beauty of bringing him into the squad. He can occupy several positions in midfield or going forward."
The 31-year-old has plenty of Football League experience from time with Swindon, Cheltenham Town and Port Vale and he was on loan at Northampton Town last season.
“I'm excited," said Mohamed. "I haven't played since January when I got injured for Northampton but I'm feeling fit and strong now. The boys are doing really well, flying, though they had a bad result last week but hopefully I can come in and help the guys. I'm looking forward to getting started again."
Kaid Mohamed will take the number 39 shirt at Stanley.