Portadown have announced the signing of full back Nathan Kerr on a two-year contract.
Kerr, 22, joins the Ports after a season away from football following an injury picked up playing for Glentoran in the Europa League play-off against Cliftonville in May 2019.
Capped by Northern Ireland at U16, U17, U19 and U21 levels, his former clubs also include Stevenage for whom he played in League Two during the 2016/17 season.
Speaking to the official Ports website, Kerr is looking forward to getting back into action.
"Portadown seems like a great fit for me, it’s a young and hungry squad with lots of ambition and I’m here to add to that, after being out for over a year through injury I’m even more hungry and have a point to prove and I’m looking forward to the challenge ahead," he said.
"The fans can expect a lot of hard work and commitment from myself, I am an attacking full back who’s plays with a lot of energy.
"My ambitions for the season are to pick up where I left off before my injury as I felt I was playing some of my best football and I hope to carry that on in a Portadown shirt and help push the team on to more success."