He came on as a second half substitute for TeamBath FC on Saturday as the team recorded their first win in the Southern Football League Premier Division - an impressive 4-0 away victory over Banbury United.
|"It's good to be back. Training has been going well and there's a good squad of players here."|
But both Gosling and TeamBath FC head coach Paul Tisdale see the player's future as back in professional football.
"We're delighted to have Jamie back playing for TeamBath again," said Tisdale. "He's a player we've always thought highly of and followed.
"We believe his long-term future is not with TeamBath, but back in the professional game," added Tisdale.
"He's determined to do that and over the next two or three months we'll be giving him all the support we can to help him."
Gosling played for TeamBath FC in the club's first season in 2000/1, before playing for Bath City, Yeovil Town and Aldershot.
He said: "It's good to be back. Training has been going well and there's a good squad of players here.
"I hope that if I do a good job for TeamBath it will help them and will also be good for me," he added.
Gosling came on with half an hour of Saturday's match at Banbury to go when TeamBath were already two goals up.
Skipper Chris Holland opened the scoring after 56 minutes and midfielder Marc Canham made it 2-0 minutes later.
Former Rushen player Owen Storey scored in the dying minutes of the game and Serbian striker Tomas Jaukovic sealed a 4-0 win from the penalty spot on the 90th minute after Gosling was felled in the box.