Ipswich have signed midfielder Kevin Bru on a one-year deal, bolstering their options in midfield ahead of the new season.

The 25-year-old is the latest signing for Town, following the capture of Hungarian Balint Bajner on Wednesday.

Bru featured last season in Bulgaria for Levski Sofia but has played the majority of his football in France, turning out for the likes of Rennes, Clermont Foot and Dijon FC, and has also b een capped at international level by Mauritius, despite also earning two caps for the French U19 side.

Bru, whose deal has the option of a second year, told the club's official website: "I feel really good, having signed for Ipswich.

"I have been here on trial for two weeks and I have been happy with the way my football has gone.

"I have followed English football for many years and it's a great opportunity for me to come and play here for such a big club as Ipswich.

"I spoke to my friend, Bakary Sako at Wolverhampton and he said the football in England is fantastic with all the stadiums and the fans.

"He said it would be a good for me to come to England and I'm looking forward to my time here. I hope we start well against Fulham and have a good season. I think we have the team to do that. I think we have the team to get to the Premier League. I hope so."