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Leyton Orient sign striker Alex Revell

Alex Revell
Revell enjoyed a rich vein of form at Wycombe Wanderers last season

Leyton Orient have signed striker Alex Revell on a two-year deal.

The 26-year-old had come to the end of his contract with parent club Southend and turned down an offer from his latest loan club Wycombe Wanderers.

He spent the second half of last season at Adams Park where he scored six goals from 11 starts.

O's boss Russell Slade said: "He's capable of scoring more goals than he has done in recent seasons as was proved during his time at Wycombe."

Revell began his a career with Cambridge United but was dropped in 2004.

After scoring 35 goals for Braintree Town he joined Brighton in 2006 and moved onto Roots Hall in January 2008.

He broke his leg against the O's a year later and was loaned to Swindon for the first half of last season before beginning a new loan spell with Wycombe.

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