Boreham Manager Luke Garrard said Ghanaian forward Kwesi Appiah will add quality to their attack ahead of the upcoming 2023/24 season.
The 32-year-old signed a two-year deal to join the National Football League side in the fifth division of English football.
The former Ghana international mutual cancelled his contract with League Two side Crawley Town in July this year.
The termination brings to an end his two-year stay at the Broadfield Stadium. The former Crystal Palace attacker scored 11 goals in 26 league games in the 2021-22 season.
Following the completion of the transfer to Boreham Wood, the club’s manager Luke Garrard said, “I’m really happy to have signed Kwesi.
“He is someone that I have admired for some time, he will bolster what we have in the forward areas and bring a much needed experience to the group.
“His goal scoring record has been very good in recent years and we hope he can bring an additional goal threat to our attacking unit. Having met him and had some very detailed talks, he will definitely have an important role in leading the group. I look forward to working with him.”