Northampton Town have signed Bradford City striker Alan Connell on a deal until the end of the season.
The ex Ipswich Town man has been deemed surplus to requirements at the League One club.
30-year-old Connell is new Cobblers manager Chris Wilder's first signing since taking over earlier this week.
Northampton have also confirmed that former loan player Ricky Ravenhill has put pen to paper on a permanent contract with the club.
The experienced midfielder made six appearances at Sixfields earlier in the campaign, and has now agreed an 18 month deal.
Northampton Town defender Paul Reid has left Sixfields after the club opted not to offer the 31-year-old a new contract.
Reid returned to Northampton for a second spell in September, over 10 years since his first appearance for the Cobblers.
However, new manager Chris Wilder has now allowed the experienced centre-back to move on.
Northampton Town's new manager Chris Wilder has been talking about his move from Oxford United to Sixfields.
There had been surprise that he moved from a club challenging for promotion to one trying to avoid relegation. But Wilder says he felt it was the right time to move
Northampton Town chairman David Cardoza has been talking about the decision to make Chris Wilder their new manager. Speaking at a press conference he said "it's a real coup to get him"
Northampton Town's new manager Chris Wilder has been talking about his decision to leave Oxford United for Sixfields. The press conference is still going on. We'll have more details as the morning goes on
A news conference will take place at Sixfields later this morning
Northampton Town have revealed there will be a Press Conference this morning, where they are expected to unveil Chris Wilder as the club's new manager.
Northampton Town look set to name a successor to former manager Aidy Boothroyd.
The Cobblers have agreed a compensation deal with Oxford United over boss Chris Wilder who resigned at the weekend.
Wilder, 46, resigned as Oxford boss on Saturday after five years in charge and has been targeted by Northampton, who have been without a permanent manager since the sacking of Aidy Boothroyd on December 21.
Crawley Town defender James Hurst has joined League Two outfit Northampton Town on a month's loan.
The 21-year-old came through the academy system at West Brom, before signing his first professional contract at Portsmouth in 2008.
The right-back joined Crawley last summer after a spell at Icelandic club Valur, but has struggled for first team minutes with the Reds.
Hurst could in line to make his Cobblers debut tomorrow when Northampton travel to Torquay United in a pivotal clash at the bottom of the table.
Northampton Town have released veteran striker Clive Platt after the club decided to terminate his contract.
The 36-year-old has struggled with injuries during this campaign after picking up a calf problem towards the end of last season.
Former MK Dons and Colchester United forward Platt scored eight goals during his time at Sixfields.