Former Doncaster Rovers midfielder Mark Wilson has signed for the club on a non-contract basis.
Wilson, who made 140 appearances for Rovers during a six-year spell with the club previously has been brought in by boss Brian Flynn to add cover and experience with David Syers, Martin Woods and Paul Keegan all currently on the sidelines.
Flynn is delighted that the 34-year-old has agreed to sign for the club, speaking in the Doncaster Free Press, Flynn said, Mark`s been with us since I`ve been here and he brings good experience.
“I signed Mark when he was 18-years-old and I know the qualities he`ll bring.
“He`ll give us that experience should we need it at certain times.
“I`m not saying he`s ready to start games at this moment in time, but he`s around to help us in what`s a difficult situation with midfield players.
“We`re delighted he`s accepted the challenge to come and help us.”
Rovers released the former Manchester United midfielder in January 2012 and he joined up with League Two side Oxford United for the remainder of the season. Oxford decided against offering Wilson a new deal in the summer and apart from a brief stint with non-league side Gainsborough Trinity around the festive period, Wilson has been without a club this season.
Wilson will travel with the squad for the crucial clash at Bournemouth on Saturday as they aim to get their promotion bid back on track after a 3-0 defeat at MK Dons in midweek.
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