Former Luton Town frontman, Jordan Cook has joined the Mariners on a two-year deal.
The player, who can play in midfield or as a striker, becomes Michael Jolley’s fifth summer signing.
The 28-year-old began his career in the Premier League, making his debut for Sunderland as a substitute against Manchester United on Boxing Day 2010.
He gained experience on loan at Darlington, Walsall and Carlisle, before heading south to sign for Charlton Athletic in 2012.
Cook worked with Luton Town boss Nathan Jones at The Valley, and after spending two years at Walsall in League One, he turned down a new deal with the Saddlers to join his old boss at Kenilworth Road.
Interview coming up on iFollow soon.