Relegated Yeovil Town have made their 15th summer signing by bringing in winger Iffy Allen on a one-year deal.
Allen, who came to Huish Park on trial, was on the books at Barnet from 2011 until his release this summer.
The 21-year-old Londoner started with Fulham before joining Barnet, since when he has had loans further down the non-league pyramid at Kingstonian, Redhill and Wingate & Finchley.
"His potential is huge," said boss Paul Sturrock. "He's an exciting winger."
|Yeovil's new arrivals for the 2015-16 season|
|Defenders - Omar Sowunmi, Ben Tozer, Ryan Dickson, Stephen Arthurworrey, Alex Lacey|
|Midfielders - Matt Dolan, Jack Compton, Marc Laird, Jordan Gibbons, Wes Fogden, Iffy Allen|
|Strikers - Jamie Burrows, Ryan Bird, Mark Beck, Shaun Jeffers|
The Yeovil manager added: "There is no substitute for pace and guile. Iffy knows where the goal is and likes to get crosses into the box.
"He is not the finished article by a long shot, but we have have taken a chance on him and it is up to him to force himself into the team."
Allen did not figure in Barnet's Conference title-winning season in 2014-15.
Yeovil, relegated in successive seasons, start the new campaign back in League Two at Exeter on 8 August.
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