SWINDON Town have signed former Manchester United left-back Reece Devine on a two-year contract.

The 20-year-old has experience of the Europa League, Europa Conference League, and Scottish Premiership after a recent loan spell at St Johnstone, while the former Wolverhampton Wanderers youth player also enjoyed spells with both Manchester City's and the Red Devils' academy as a teenager.

Devine spent last season on loan in Scotland - where he faced Turkish giants Galatasary in Europe - before facing off against Swindon in League Two during an eight-game spell at Walsall.

The promising defender follows former teammate Tyrese Shade into the County Ground, with Sol Brynn and Oscar Massey also joining Town as new recruits under Scott Lindsey.

Speaking to the club's media team after signing, Devine said: “It’s a really good feeling to sign for the club.

"I had some really positive chats with the new manager, and I love the attacking football the team plays which will suit me massively - I’m really buzzing to get started.

“I’m naturally an attacking wing-back. I love to get forward and whip balls into the box and I’ve got a good engine, so I’m looking forward to expressing myself on the pitch.

“Scott (Lindsey) was an integral part of me signing here with his passion and vision, so it made the decision very easy. I’m ready to push on and I hope I can achieve great things at this club.”

Lindsey added: “Reece is a very capable left-sided player who adds another dimension to the way we want to play.

“His ability to attack and get forward will enhance our creative edge, and I’m really excited to see him develop and express himself.

Town's technical director, Sandro Di Michele, said: “Reece is a high-calibre young player with experience in the academies of some top Premier League sides, and we’re delighted to have him onboard.

“He also brings with him some valuable experience in League Two and playing in Scotland, which has contributed massively to his development, and I’ve no doubt he’ll have a really positive impact on the pitch moving forward.”