Cash-strapped Kidderminster Harriers have allowed striker Michael Gash to join Conference neighbours Nuneaton Town in a bid to ease their wage bill.
The much-travelled former Cambridge United, Ebbsfleet, York City, Rushden & Diamonds and Braintree front man has joined Boro on a two-month loan deal.
Gash has scored 24 times in 70 games for Harriers since arriving, initially on loan, in March 2013.
He finished as the club's top league and cup scorer last season.
But he has netted just three times in 17 games this season - and he has not featured in the Harriers' last two matches.
Harriers boss Gary Whild said on Thursday, before the deal with Boro went through, that Gash's imminent departure was for financial reasons.
"We can't afford the likes of Michael Gash," he told BBC Hereford & Worcester. "The main thing is making sure the lads who are here are getting paid."