Northampton Town have signed the former Wycombe Wanderers defensive midfielder Dominic Gape on a deal to the end of the season.
The 29 year old Gape, who was a double promotion winner with Wanderers as they won promotion to the Championship, started his career with Southampton, making his debut in a Premier League win over Everton before moving to Wycombe in 2016.
In a seven year stay in Buckinghamshire, Gape made over 200 appearances, including playing in two play off finals and was a key part of the side that reached the second tier in 2020.
He has been training with the club before signing this contract.
"Dom has a good pedigree and has played at all levels of the EFL with a lot of success," said manager Jon Brady.
"He has been training with us and has done well. He has had a look at us and we have had a look at him.
"We were looking to strengthen in the midfield area and we are pleased to welcome him in to the squad."