Crewe Alexandra have decided to end the trial of Northern Ireland international Johnny Gorman, according to the Crewe Chronicle.
League One side Leyton Orient released the 21-year-old in June after spending just one season in London.
Gorman managed just seven appearances during his spell with the O’s, but only featured twice from the bench in the league.
He played three FA Cup games and one Johnstone’s Paint Trophy fixture, failing to score in any of the games.
Capped nine times by Northern Ireland, Gorman started his career with Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2010 but he left the Midlands outfit for Leyton Orient in 2013.
Gorman made one appearance for Wolves when he replaced Michael Kightly as an 89th minute substitute in a Premier League encounter against Norwich City.
During his spell at Molineux, he had three loan spells away from the club, with Plymouth, Macclesfield Town and Cambridge United.
He has spent the last week training with Crewe and played in two friendlies against Southport and Rocester.
Gorman also managed to get on the score sheet in the 7-0 thumping of Rocester on Monday.
Crewe manager Steve Davis took the decision to look at other options with the season just days away when the Railwaymen travel to newly promoted Fleetwood Town on Saturday.