The former St Patrick's Athletic and Bohemians striker has returned to Ireland and will join up with Harry Kenny's team for 2017
Bray Wanderers have bolstered their attacking options ahead of the 2017 campaign with the signing of Anthony Flood.
The 32-year-old striker arrives at the Carlisle Grounds following a spell in Australia, where he played for Dunbar Rovers and Marconi Stallions.
A well-known figure in the League of Ireland, Flood has previously played for St Patrick's Athletic, where he won a Premier Division title in 2013, and also had spells with Dundalk, Shelbourne, Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers, among others.
As well as playing abroad in Australia, Flood also had stints in Sweden and England, playing for Orebro SK and Southend United in 2010 and 2012 respectively.
The Dublin native is the latest new signing at Bray, following Keith Buckley, Aaron Greene and Gary McCabe in signing for Harry Kenny's side.