CHARLIE Davis started life away from Salisbury on a high note, the midfielder popping up with a 92nd-minute winner for new club AFC Totton.

Former AFC Bournemouth youngster Davis dropped down a division to join Southern League Division One South promotion hopefuls Totton, making an instant debut as the Stags beat fellow play-off targetters Evesham United.

Totton represents Davis’ seventh non-league club, after having numerous spells at Poole Town, Bashley, Dorchester Town, Weymouth, Gosport, and Salisbury.

Davis started and played the full 90 minutes of the Stags’ 2-1 win. Veteran striker Scott Rendell opened scores after 14 minutes, putting Totton into a commanding position that they held for the majority of the game.

However, it appeared the spoils would be shared late on, when the away side equalised 11 minutes from time through a Daniel Griffiths header.

However, Davis was on hand to crash home with an injury-time winner, sending the near 1,000-strong crowd into raptures.

Talking on the move, Davis told Totton’s website: "This was something that I had my eye on in the summer, to be honest. (I) looked at and spoke to a few people and I've heard nothing but praise about Jimmy Ball. I'm keen to get going and work with him."