EXPERIENCED striker Matt Tubbs has joined Weymouth on a month-long loan deal from National League South side Havant & Waterlooville. 

Tubbs, 33, enjoyed the best spell of his career at hometown club Salisbury, where he netted over 100 goals in 248 appearances. 

The diminutive forward initially joined the Hawks on a free transfer from Eastleigh this summer, but has now linked up with the Terras.

His signing bolsters a Weymouth attack that already boasts Ben Thomson, Brandon Goodship, Josh Wakefield and Harry Baker.

Tubbs 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.