The Rocks’ injury-hit squad has been boosted by the loan signing of Sammy Igoe.
The former Pompey midfielder has been borrowed from Conference South side Gosport with the Rocks suffering from a crippling series of injuries just at the time when they need plenty of bodies for a hectic run-in.
Igoe, 38, will bring his considerable experience to the Bognor midfield as the team bid to clinch a Ryman premier play-off place and reach the Sussex Senior Cup final for the second season in a row.
It’s a run-in that will see them play nine games in 24 days in April.
Igoe had six years at Pompey, scoring 11 goals in 110 appearances between 1994 and 2000, before having spells at Reading, Luton, Millwall, Swindon, Bristol Rovers, Hereford and Bournemouth.
More recently he has played for Havant & Waterlooville and Gosport.
Igoe is likely to go straight into the squad - and probably the starting XI - for Saturday’s home clash with Harrow.