United player-manager Kevin Nicholson has moved for defender Myles Anderson on a contract until the end of the season.
Anderson (27) joins from fellow National League side Barrow and counts Leyton Orient, Aberdeen, Blackburn Rovers, and Exeter City, among his former clubs. He also spent time in Italy with Monza, Chievo, and L’Aquila.
Player-manager Kevin Nicholson is keen to see Anderson in action.
“He’s the stature, the voice, the leader-type that I have been after,” said Kevin.
“He’s coming from a club that knows how to defend. He’s coming from a club that’s always done everything very direct and very physical so he knows the [National] League.”
Anderson will wear the number 17 shirt and is available for selection for Saturday’s match against Macclesfield Town.