National League Eastleigh have signed Andy Drury on a one-year deal after the midfielder left Luton Town by mutual consent.
Drury had two spells at Kenilworth Road and rejoined the Hatters for £100,000 from Crawley in June 2014.
The 31-year-old has also previously played for Ipswich and Stevenage.
"This has been going on for three weeks and it's a good signing and addition to the squad," Eastleigh manager Richard Hill told BBC Radio Solent.
Drury becomes the club's fifth summer signing and follows former Luton team-mate Ross Lafayette to the Spitfires after the striker signed a two-year contract in June.
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