Oldham have signed former Fulham winger Keanu Marsh-Brown until the end of the season with the option to extend for a further year.
The 19-year-old impressed during a two-week trial with Latics following his release by the Cottagers in November.
Marsh-Brown enjoyed a spell with Dundee United earlier this term and scored twice in 19 games while on loan with MK Dons last season, including the winning goal against Oldham at Boundary Park.
"I have trained here for the last two weeks and settled in well," Marsh-Brown told the club's official website.
"I am looking to establish a place in the team and to do well, not only for myself but also for the team."
Boss Paul Dickov added: "I saw a lot of Keanu last season and he looked one of the best players in our division. The boy has bags and bags of ability, as well as raw pace, and he is a signing who excites me having followed his career for a long time."