Defender Kayden Harrack has joined Morecambe until the end of the season.
The 20-year-old came through the ranks at Brentford before making a move to QPR aged 13. From there, he worked his way through the academy to the U21s before becoming a free agent this month.
Additionally, Harrack has international experience having represented Grenada nine times to-date, teaming up with Shrimps’ defender Jacob Bedeau on the world stage.
Predominantly a centre-back, the defender can also slot in at right-back when required, having played there a number of times throughout his career.
Speaking on his move to the Mazuma, Harrack said: “I'm over the moon!
"I was lucky enough to come in for a few days, meet the boys and staff, and I couldn't be happier.
"I only heard positive things from Jacob [Bedeau] which was definitely a factor in coming in, he said about all the boys and staff and what a welcoming environment Morecambe is.
"I'd describe myself as aggressive, defensive minded, passionate and I'll leave everything on the pitch every week."
Kayden will be sponsored by Morecambe FC Community Sports for the remainder of the season.