Notts County Football Club have signed wideman David Bell.
This follows the mutual termination of his contract with former club Coventry City, where the midfielder has spent the past three-and-a-half years, after signing for an undisclosed fee from Norwich City.
During that time, Bell made 98 appearances in a Sky Blues jersey and scored six goals, including a halfway line strike against Doncaster Rovers that won the 2008.09 Goal of the Season.
The 29-year-old incidentally played his last game for Coventry against Notts in an entertaining 2-2 draw at Meadow Lane on the final day of the 2012.13 campaign.
On that day, Bell was a constant threat to the Magpies’ backline and hit the post with an effort in front of the Family Stand.
The Irishman has made a total of 353 career appearances, netting 24 goals, since 2000 and has also represented Rushden & Diamonds, Luton Town and Leicester City (loan).
Everyone at Meadow Lane would like to welcome David to the club ahead of the new campaign.