Lewes have signed experienced former Crawley Town striker Calum Willock.

The 33-year-old one-time St Kitts and Nevis international has joined from Staines Town where he was player/assistant-manager.

Willock made 16 appearances for Crawley in Conference premier in 2009-10, scoring twice.

He began his career at Fulham, making five first-team appearances, but his most successful time came at Peterborough where he netted 26 goals in 86 appearances, including netting on his debut in a 2-2 draw with Albion in November 2003.

Willock has also played for Queens Park Rangers, Bristol Rovers, Brentford, Port Vale, Stevenage, Cambridge United, Ebbsfleet, Dover, Boreham Wood and Harrow Borough.

He will go straight into the squad for tomorrow’s Ryman premier game at home to Canvey Island.