Former Hatters keeper Elliot Justham has linked up with ex-Luton manager John Still once more after agreeing a two year deal with Dagenham & Redbridge.
The 25-year-old, who left Kenilworth Road by mutual consent recently in search of regular first team football, had been signed by Still when the boss was in charge of Luton back in June 2013.
“Once he became available and wanted to join Dagenham I moved fast to sign him.”John Still
On signing Justham to the Daggers, who were relegated back to the National League last season, Still told the club’s official website: “I took Elliot to Luton from East Thurrock United after getting good reviews about him.
“He worked very hard to get into the Luton first team and it was only because of an injury that he lost his place whilst I was there.
“He’s a Romford lad and I rate him very highly.
“This deal was not one I was expecting to make but once he became available and wanted to join Dagenham I moved fast to sign him.
“It’s great to have two good goalkeepers competing for the starting spot which will help both them and the team going forwards.”