Cambridge United have completed the signing of Yeovil Town goalkeeper Chris Dunn on a two-year deal following the expiry of his contract at Huish Park.
Dunn signed for Yeovil last season after being released by Coventry City and made just eight appearances as for most of the season he was understudy to Marek Stech.
Dunn began his career with Northampton Town where he came through the youth ranks and went on to make over one hundred appearances for the League Two side. He was part of the Northampton team which beat Liverpool at Anfield on penalties a couple of seasons ago.
From Northampton he made the move to Coventry City but struggled to break into the first team due to the form of the impressive Joe Murphy.
He was reunited with former manager Gary Johnson when he joined Yeovil Town and it is believed that negotiations over a new contract with Yeovil had began to dry up so he has decided to join the League Two newcomers.