ANWAR UDDIN made a winning start to his Sutton United career following a 2-1 victory over Boreham Wood tonight.
Uddin played in central defence for his new side as they recorded their seventh home victory of the season to further strengthen their position in the Blue Square South play-off places.
Sutton, who gained promotion from the Ryman Premier League last season, will be hoping that Uddin proves to be the right person who can guide them to the Blue Square Premier.
Uddin signed for Sutton on an 18 month deal earlier this month after his contract with Barnet FC was terminated by mutual consent.
The former West Ham United trainee has enjoyed a relatively successful career, having helped Dagenham and Redbridge to two promotions from the Blue Square Premier to League One.
He was also the first British Asian player to captain a League side during the 2007/8 season and then captained his second team when he joined Barnet in 2009.