Leyton Orient have added to their attacking options by signing Crawley Town striker Matt Harrold.

The experienced 33-year-old target man has agreed a two-year deal with the O's as he builds to help fire them back into the Football League.

Born in Leyton, Harrold started his career at Southend United and then enjoyed spells at Brentford, Dagenham & Redbridge and Grimsby Town.

His big breakthrough came at Yeovil Town before making his return to Roots Hall.

Harrold moved to Wycombe in 2008 and netted 22 goals in 77 appearances before moving on to Shrewsbury Town.

The striker then joined Bristol Rovers and netted 18 goals during his first season for the club.

After three years with Rovers he joined Crawley in 2014. Harrold scored 12 goals in 80 appearances.

His arrival at Brisbane Road completes Steve Davis' search for a target man as the O's attempt to build on their encouraging start to the National League campaign.