Boston United have signed defender Netan Sansara.
Manager Dennis Greene’s summer mission to snap up a left back has finally ended, with the well-travelled 23-year-old agreeing a deal with the Pilgrims.
Sansara has teamed up with Boston after leaving Danish club FC Vestsjaelland.
“Netan is a quality addition and it has been well worth waiting to fill the left-back slot with somebody of his calibre becoming available,” said Greene.
“There is no point rushing in to get every position filled early in the summer.
“Quality players remain available and it is all about biding your time to get them signed.”
Sansara began his career with Walsall, with whom he played in the Football League from 2008 to 2010.
Since then he has played in three different European leagues - in Scotland with Dundee, and in Cyprus with PAEEK before moving to Denmark.
He also had a spell with Corby Town.
United had previously shown interest in Josh Wilde, but a deal fell through when compensation couldn’t be agreed with Gainsborough Trinity.
Sansara will be eligible to play once international clearance has been obtained.