Swindon Town have completed the signing of Irish striker Aaron Drinan on a permanent deal from Leyton Orient.

The 25-year-old has spent the last three years at Leyton Orient, scoring 15 goals, including a brace against Swindon during a 4-1 defeat at Brisbane Road.

The Irish youth international came through the ranks at Cork City before moving on to Waterford United in 2017, where he scored one goal in five appearances.

Drinan then moved across to England with Ipswich Town, where he would spend three years, but only playing 22 times for the Tractor Boys, netting one goal.

The striker had multiple loan spells whilst he was in East Anglia, heading to Sutton United, Waterford, GAIS, and Ayr United.

He then moved to Leyton Orient, where he made a very fast start to life, scoring 12 goals in his first season with the then League Two club.

However, since former Swindon boss Richie Wellens took over his game time has been far more limited and has only made 12 appearances this season and none since November.

Drinan becomes Town's seventh signing of the window and will help out in the attacking areas and share the burden on Charlie Austin.