Ross County have signed former Gillingham midfielder Regan Charles-Cook on a two-year deal.
The Gills had been keen to retain Englishman Charles-Cook but were unable to offer him new terms, with the 23-year-old opting to make the switch north to Victoria Park.
Lewisham-born Charles-Cook was on Arsenal’s books as a youth player prior to joining Charlton Athletic, where he made nine appearances and spent time on loan with Solihull Moors and Woking.
He went on to join Gillingham in 2018, making 52 appearances in two years for the English League One outfit.
Charles-Cook becomes County’s fourth signing of the summer, and manager Stuart Kettlewell said: “Regan is a player we are really excited about.
“He is young, hungry and is looking to really push himself on and these are qualities we are looking for.
“If you look at some of the experience he has for such a young player, Regan has competed at a good level and we hope he can bring that here. The Scottish Premiership will be another step up for him but we will work hard with him to make sure he can achieve at this level.
“We have tried to take in some younger players this summer with a bit of experience that have that desire to want to push on and we are really happy to get Regan on board, who we feel ticks those boxes.”