League One side Crawley Town have signed winger Lewis Young following his departure from Bury.
The 24-year-old joined the Shakers in February and went on to make four appearances for the League Two club.
Young, who is the brother of Manchester United and England winger Ashley, also had a spell at Aldershot last season.
The former Watford youngster has agreed a one-year deal with the Reds and becomes the West Sussex club's 11th signing of the summer.
|Crawley Town's 11 summer signings|
|Goalkeeper: Brian Jensen|
|Defenders: Sonny Bradley, Ryan Dickson and Lanre Oyebanjo|
|Midfielders: Gwion Edwards, Conor Henderson, Jimmy Smith and Lewis Young|
|Forwards: Matt Harrold, Izale McLeod and Gavin Tomlin|
"Lewis gives us something different," Crawley manager John Gregory told the club website.
"He's quick and can play on either flank and even up front. We think he's got a lot to offer and it's our job to create the right environment for him to flourish."