League Two new boys Shrewsbury Town have announced the signing of former Peterborough defender Nathaniel Kinight-Percival.
27-year-old is the second acquisition of Town’s new boss Micky Mellon, who has already brought winger Ashley Vincent in.
“He’s a fantastic addition to the group. He’s a lad I’ve known and admired for a long time. I’ve watched his progress at Peterborough and saw him playing in the play-off semi-finals in League One,” Mellon told for the official website.
“I was hopeful and determined that I was going to get him in to add to the group and I’m delighted to get him in with the qualities he brings to the squad, his great pace, his ability on the football and he wants to get better.
“That’s the main thing, that he wants to come here and improve.”
Knight-Percival, former Wrexham captain, has spent last two years with Peterborough United. He made over 50 appearances for the London club and has featured in Posh’s recent clash with Leyton Orient in the League One play-off semi-final. However, he was released by the club earlier this month.