SWINDON Town have sealed a second signing in two days as they continue their summer rebuild, bringing in defender Mathieu Baudry on a free transfer.

Baudry’s arrival follows hot on the heels of Zeki Fryers putting pen to paper on a deal at the Energy Check County Ground on Monday and takes the total transfers sealed by boss Richie Wellens so far this summer to four.

Central defender Baudry joins Town following his release from League Two rivals Milton Keynes Dons at the end of last season, and brings with him a wealth of experience in the EFL’s lower regions.

The Frenchman has played just shy of 250 matches for clubs in the bottom two tiers of the Football League.

Baudry played five times for MK last season and had two years at Doncaster Rovers before that, helping them win promotion out of League Two in the 2016-17 campaign.

The 31-year-old’s first taste of English football came with Bournemouth back in 2011 when the now Premier League club were down in League One.

His longest tenure at a club was the four seasons spent at Leyton Orient between 2012 and 2016, making a total of 146 appearances for the Londoners.

Baudry told the club's official website: "I’m happy to get it done.

"For a while now my choice was made and it was just that I was away but I’ve been looking forward to get it done

"I’m looking forward to getting to know everyone and getting started.”

Town manager Wellens added: “Mathieu’s experienced – a very good character.

"I was aware of him at Doncaster where he won promotion from this league.

"He can read the game well – he’s a good size and a good character."