Reise Allassani is back for a fifth spell with Dulwich Hamlet after signing a contract until the end of the season.
The former Crystal Palace youngster, 26, had trialled with Exeter City earlier in the campaign.
Allassani was unable to agree terms with another EFL side. Barrow and Mansfield were also linked with the attacker, capped at junior level by England.
“Reise had been training with us at the back end of last year and then we had a break that interrupted things,” said Rose.
“He knows us very well and we know him very well, there is an element of trust there. We’ve got half a season to see how we go.
“When he came back last year he was nowhere near it because he’d just come off the treatment table, he probably shouldn’t have come back so early.
“When the end of last season was curtailed he has had longer to strengthen and get fitter. I think we’ll see a better version of him this time around.”
Winger Andrew Harris-Sealy has rejoined former club Gosport Borough on a three-month loan. Hamlet can recall him any time after the first 28 days.
Striker Ricardo German has returned to parent club Crawley Town.
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