Luton Town have signed defender Donervon Daniels on a free transfer and immediately sent him out on loan to League One side Doncaster Rovers.
The 25-year-old was a free argent after he was released by Blackpool earlier this summer and had spent the past few weeks training with Luton.
The defender was able to convince Luton boss Graeme Jones to offer him a contract, after impressing while on trail.
Daniels started his career at West Brom, although he failed to make a first-team appearance for the Baggies, and has spent time on loan at various clubs throughout his career, including Tranmere Rovers, Gillingham and Blackpool.
He joined Wigan Athletic on a permanent deal in 2015 and was part of the side that won automatic promotion from League One in 2015/16.
After spending time on loan at Rochdale, Daniels joined Blackpool last summer and made 30 appearances in all competitions last season, helping the Seasiders achieve a top-half finish in League One.
Luton were promoted from League One last season and are currently 15th in the Championship table after back-to-back wins over Huddersfield Town and Barnsley.
This could be a good signing for Luton on a free transfer. Daniels is a good defender and he’s got a decent amount of experience, having made almost 100 appearances in his career.
He doesn’t have a great deal of experience in the Championship, but he seems determined to make an impact at this level and he’s now got an opportunity to prove that he deserves a chance by doing well at Doncaster.
Daniels is a versatile defender and can play in a back three, back four and at wing-back, so he could turn out to be a very useful option for Jones to have in his squad.