Barnet striker Steve Kabba has signed his new two-year contract.

Bees chairman Tony Kleanthous revealed Kabba had agreed new terms last week and the 30-year-old, currently recovering from a knee operation, has now put pen to paper.

Meanwhile, manager Lawrie Sanchez is considering handing a contract to former Wycombe and Millwall defender Danny Senda.

Sanchez, who managed the 30-year-old at Wycombe, will run the rule over him during Wednesday night's friendly against Tony Adams' Azerbaijan Premier League side Gabala.

Senda is looking for a new club after he was released by Bristol Rovers at the end of last season.

However, Sanchez has ended his interest in on-trial goalkeeper Stuart Searle and striker Leon Constantine.

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