Boreham Wood have made former Dagenham & Redbrige defender Scott Doe their fourth signing in two days and their second former Dagger.

The 26-year-old centre-back will join former Victoria Road teammate Luke Howell, as well as Charlie MacDonald and Billy Clifford, in joining the Wood this week.

Wood boss Ian Allinson commented: “Scott Doe is not only a fantastic footballer but he’s also a winner. I’ve spoken at length to people who know him and his signing will strengthen our squad.

"He is a leader, he is an organiser and he will be an asset to me both on and off the park. Again we’ve had to be very patient to get our man, the chairman has backed me once again and my squad is now coming along nicely.

"Our patience has been rewarded an we are ensuring there is competition for places in every department."

Reading-born Doe began his career with AFC Newbury before joining Swindon Town's Academy in 2005 along with Arsenal and England forward Theo Walcott.

In July 2007 he made the switch to Conference side Weymouth on a one-year contract and was a regular in his two seasons with the Terras.

After being transfer listed at financially-stricken Weymouth, Doe joined Kettering Town in order to complete a loan move to Dagenham and Redbridge.

That move became permanent once the transfer window re-opened and Doe went on to make 265 appearances in all competitions for the Daggers during a six-year stay, netting 11 goals.