Fish was a dark horse upon his arrival at Priestfield in 2011, with little expectation after joining from Dover Athletic to link up again with manager Andy Hessenthaler.
The right-back was supposed to be the replacement for Barry Fuller and it turned out that Matt Fish did indeed have a lot of potential.
The 27-year-old had an average first season in a Gillingham shirt but the following was one where he made a name for himself at the Gills, being consistently named in the team sheet and with an explosive dribble in his locker, there was no one stopping him from running the flank on his day.
Matt Fish suffered a horrific injury on the opening day of the 2013/14 season against Colchester United and was ruled out for the rest of that campaign.
Unfortunately, he was unable to make his way back into the starting eleven and after a loan spell at Portsmouth, was sold by Gillingham to Ebbsfleet United.
He is now at Welling though having been released by Ebbsfleet in October, but is yet to make a single appearance for the National League South side.