FINN Harps have added well-travelled English defender Jordan Mustoe to their squad.
The 30-year-old player has been recruited having been most recently in Belgium with Patro Eisden.
Previously, he had short stints in Romania with Dinamo Bucuresti, in Finland with SJK and he was with Westerlo in Belgium from 2015-17.
During a three-year spell on the books of Wigan Athletic, Mustoe had a number of loan stints, including at Barnet, Morecambe and Carlisle United.
As a teenager, Mustoe came up through the Liverpool academy while he also spent time in Oman.
Mustoe was in Drogheda on Friday night, but was not on the Harps panel for the 3-1 defeat to Drogheda United.
Veteran former Derry City goalkeeper Doherty joined Harps this week having recently left Crusaders.
Doherty made 421 appearances during his ten years at Derry before he linked up with Crusaders in 2018.
Doherty was Harps’ replacement goalkeeper on Friday’s game.
Young striker Sean Kerrigan, who netted a hat-trick for Harps’ under-19s last weekend, has also been added to the first team ranks.
Harps boss Ollie Horgan said: “It’s great to be able to add the likes of Gerard and Jordan who will bring great experience to the group. We’ve probably lacked a bit of depth in recent weeks due to injuries and a few lads moving on so we’re delighted to have them aboard.
“Sean is a good young lad who has come in and done well to be fair to him. He gives us another good option out wide and hopefully he’ll progress well now before he heads off to University in America at the end of the Summer.”