Former Luton striker Alex Wall has joined newly-promoted Conference outfit Bromley on a free transfer.
The 24-year-old forward was released by the Hatters last month after netting seven goals in 35 appearances for Town.
“Alex will provide great additional strength and a goal threat to our strong attacking options.”Mark Goldberg, Bromley manager
Wall had been Luton manager John Still’s first signing in March 2013, arriving from Maidenhead, but wasn’t offered a new contract after an injury-hit time at Kenilworth Road, as he made 35 appearances and scored seven goals.
Bromley manager Mark Goldberg told the club’s official website: “We are pleased to announce the new signing of Alex Wall.
“Alex will provide great additional strength and a goal threat to our strong attacking options as well as National League and League Two experience.”