The 27-year-old has hit his remarkable February total already after enjoying freescoring spells at St Albans City and Haringey Borough.
Since returning to Haringey, Gabriel has netted 13 times since December after his 30-goal haul last term.
Wood haven’t scored enough goals this season according to manager Luke Garrard and he has moved to put that problem to bed.
“I am very happy,” Gabriel said on the club’s website. “It is a great opportunity to go and prove myself and show everyone what I can do.
“I have known Luke Garrard for a while and it has been positive vibes all the way through.
“I know that he has been monitoring my progress and I just felt that it was the right time for me to come here and show what I can do.
“I think that my strengths would be my speed, my ability to get in behind defenders, and scoring goals. My record has been very good so far and I have just got to keep it going now at Boreham Wood.”
Garrard: “He is coming here with a knack of scoring goals and we have got a great platform for him. There is a fantastic infrastructure here and an environment that will hopefully allow him to flourish.
“I have known him for a while and I know his character, because his brother Ricky came through our academy system.”