Inih returned for his second spell with the Cards in the summer of 2021 after leaving League Two club Stevenage. The powerful centre forward previously spent a successful six months with the Cards during the first-half of the 2017/18 season and whilst that campaign would ultimately end in disappointment, with Anthony Limbrick’s side relegated to National League South, the striker was a key part of the club’s early season form and run to the second round of the FA Cup, scoring 10 goals in all competitions. Indeed, his mid-season departure to Scottish Premiership side Ross County was to prove one of the catalysts for the club’s poor run of form in the second-half of the season.
An experienced player with more than 450 appearances and close to 150 goals in his career, he begun his career with two spells each at St Albans City and Boreham Wood, most notably netting 14 goals for the Saints in the 2010/11 season. He subsequently spent several years playing in the Southern League for the likes of Chesham United, Dunstable Town and Arlesey Town, before enjoying two hugely successful years with Biggleswade Town, scoring 16 and 23 goals in his two seasons with the Waders. His success earned him a move to Barrow, where he had a short spell, before signing for Woking. After his brief stint in Scotland, he returned to the National League with Dover Athletic, scoring 28 goals over two seasons with the Whites, and earning a move into the Football League with Stevenage. He finished last season with loan spells at Barnet and Notts County before sealing his return to the Cards.