Paul Doswell has captured his third summer target with the signing of winger Moses Emmanuel, who links up again with his Dover team-mate from last season Ross Lafayette. Moses scored a hat trick in Dover's 6-0 win at Sutton in November, and also scored in both legs of the 2014 Skrill South play-off semi-final during his first spell with at The Crabble. The following season he helped Bromley to the championship and was their leading scorer in the National League before returning to Dover last summer. He has previously played for Woking and Eastleigh, and also had a spell with Brentford after coming to prominence as a free scoring attacker with Croydon Athletic.Paul said: "Moses is someone I've admired greatly over the years, and even more so because he had the most annoying habit of scoring every time he played against us! He is versatile in that he can play as a second striker, or in a three up front, and we feel his pace and movement will add to our attack. He has also enjoyed playing with Ross Lafayette and their understanding will help them both settle very quickly." 27-year-old Moses was also pleased to sign a two year contract with the club. " I'm really happy to be signing for Sutton, and having talked with Paul really excited to be here. I set myself high standards and the with the quality in the squad and the way the team is set up to play, I'm hoping to score plenty of goals. I've been really impressed with the progress of the whole club over the last two seasons in particular, and it will be brilliant to play in front of two thousand home fans on a regular basis. I scored a hat trick on the pitch last season and think the surface will suit my style of play, so hopefully more to come but this time for Sutton rather than against them!!"