Experienced forward James Constable has extended his loan with Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division South club Poole Town from Vanarama National League side Eastleigh.
The Spitfires have agreed that Constable can remain with the Dolphins as long as they have competitive games to play.
Constable began his career as a non-League player with Cirencester Town and then Chippenham Town.
The attacker’s prolific form with Chippenham won him a move in 2005 to League One Walsall.
A year later, Constable agreed to a two-month loan switch to Kidderminster Harriers.
He went on to complete a full-time switch to the Harriers where, during his fourteen-month stay, his 30 goals included two against Stevenage Borough in the 2007 FA Trophy Final at Wembley.
Constable, who has won three England C caps, joined Shrewsbury in January 2008, before linking up with Oxford United on an initial year-long loan later that year - the club at which he remained until his arrival at the Silverlake Stadium in the summer of 2014.
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