League Two side Yeovil Town have made their 13th summer signing by bringing in former Luton Town defender Alex Lacey on a two-year deal.
Lacey, 22, came through the youth ranks at Kenilworth Road after penning his first professional contract with the Hatters in 2010.
"I feel he has massive potential and I hope we all get to see that potential," said manager Paul Sturrock.
"He is a natural talent who has played fairly regularly in League Two."
Lacey made 18 Football League appearances for Luton, having also featured in the previous season's title-winning Conference team.
He also spent time on loan further down the non-league ranks with Cambridge City, Thurrock, Eastbourne Borough and Eastleigh.
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