Luton have signed Rochdale defender Alan Goodall on a two-year contract.
Goodall played in the Uefa Cup during his time with Bangor
The 25-year-old former Bangor City left-back was out of contract at Spotland and moves to Kenilworth Road on a free transfer.
"I know Luton came down last season, but it's so obvious that they want to go straight back up," Goodall told the Hatters' website.
"It was the right move for me. Luton impressed me, it just felt right and I am delighted to have signed."
He is the second signing in two days for Luton, following the capture of Shrewsbury midfielder David Edwards.