Leyton Orient have snapped up Adam Chambers after he impressed on trial.
Chambers has signed a one-year deal at Brisbane Road after leaving Kidderminster at the end of last season.
The former West Brom man has been on trial at the League One outfit for most of the summer and he has done enough to win a contract with Martin Ling's men.
Ling believes Chambers will prove a valuable addition to his squad.
"Adam's been with us for six weeks and deserves the opportunity to show us what he can do," Ling told the club's official website.
"He gives me good options, because not only can he play in central midfield, but also at right or left back too."