Bristol Rovers are happy to have signed midfielder Seanan Clucas following his release from League One outfit Preston North End.
Clucas, a Northern Ireland Under-21 international, has agreed a one-year contract at the Memorial Stadium.
He joined Preston from Dungannon Swifts in 2009 and signed his first professional deal last summer. The 19-year-old made four first-team appearances for North End and also had a loan spell at Burton.
"I enjoyed my time at Preston, where I captained the youth team, and I have come here looking to make a fresh start," Clucas told the club's official website. "There were a few other clubs interested in signing me, but my agent told me about the interest from Rovers and I'm delighted to have been offered a one-year deal by the club."
Pirates boss Mark McGhee added: "He's a different type of player to any of our other midfielders. He's slightly built, but that's quite deceptive because he's a tenacious tackler, a great ball winner, and he breaks things down.
"We think he can do really well for us and I think we are fortunate to have signed him."