Welsh striker Daniel Nardiello has joined League One outfit Exeter City.
The 27-year-old was released by Premier League newcomers Blackpool at the end of the season and the Grecians beat off stiff competition from a host of clubs to secure the signature of the much-travelled forward.
Nardiello began his career at Manchester United spending five years at Old Trafford before moving onto Championship sides Barnsley, QPR and finally Blackpool.
The striker was restricted to just a handful of games at Bloomfield Road but he did manage to score seven times in just 18 games whilst on loan at Hartlepool and Bury.
Meanwhile, manager Paul Tisdale is hoping that goalkeeper Paul Jones will be fully fit ahead of the new season.
The 24-year-old who had been suffering from a knee injury recently underwent an operation in an attempt to cure the long-standing problem.
"The operation went well and Paul Jones is back in training already," Tisdale told the Express & Echo.
"He has been doing extra sessions to ensure he is ready for the season.
"He was struggling all last year having picked up the injury right at the start of the season. He played the last three or four months in a lot of pain and he couldn't train flat out.
"He has had a small operation just to clean up what was aggravating him and now he is right as rain. We are going to see a full-fit Paul Jones for the first time in over a year."