Slade adds goalkeeper Woods

Leyton Orient have signed former Doncaster and Watford goalkeeper Gary Woods on a two-year deal.

Last Updated: 17/07/14 at 14:19

Gary Woods: Heading to the Matchroom

Gary Woods: Heading to the Matchroom

The keeper arrives following his release from Vicarage Road and will provide competition to fellow summer recruit Adam Legzdins, who joined the O's from Derby last month.

Woods spent the early part of his career with Manchester United before making the move to South Yorkshire, where he helped Doncaster to the League One title in 2013.

Despite spending a full season at Watford last year, the 23-year-old keeper failed to make an appearance for Giuseppe Sannino's team.

Woods becomes Orient's third signing of the summer following the takeover of Italian businessman Francesco Becchetti.

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