EXPERIENCED striker Matt Tubbs is on the move again.

The 33-year-old has joined Weymouth on a month-long loan deal from National League South side Havant & Waterlooville.

Tubbs linked up with the Hawks on a free transfer from Eastleigh over the summer and signed a two-year contract at Westleigh Park. 

The former Salisbury, Crawley, AFC Bournemouth and Portsmouth frontman bolsters a Weymouth attack that already boasts Ben Thomson, Brandon Goodship, Josh Wakefield and Harry Baker.

He is the second player to move to the Terras on a month's loan from Havant this season, following in the footsteps of centre-back Jordan Rose who scored four goals in his six-game stint at the Bob Lucas Stadium.

Tubbs has had limited opportunities at Havant due to injuries and the form of their other strikers, but they are hoping a spell with the Terras will transform his season.

H&W boss Lee Bradbury explained: "Matt needs to get games under his belt. We know we will be getting a fitter and sharper player back after six or seven games at Weymouth.

“It worked for Jordan Rose earlier in the season. He came back to us fully functional and ready to go. We are looking for the same to happen to our striker.”

Weymouth are currently tenth in the Evo-Stik South Premier.