League Two leaders Torquay United have bolstered their already impressive looking squad with the signing of experienced right back Danny Senda.
The 29-year-old had been on trial with the Gulls for the past two weeks, and played twice for the reserves during recent wins over Exeter City and Forest Green Rovers.
After negotiations with manager Paul Buckle earlier in the week, the free agent signed for the club on Thursday.
Prior to Senda’s arrival, the right back slot was possibly the one area of the field that the Gulls lacked any cover in but, following the capture of the ex-Wycombe and Millwall defender, the Gulls now have options in every position of the team.
Senda now faces a battle for the right back berth with Chris Robertson, who has impressed so far in United’s flying start to the season.
An added bonus for the Gulls and their small squad is Senda’s versatility. After beginning his career as a striker, he went on to figure in both midfield and defence for Wycombe prior to his move to Millwall.
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