SWINDON Town have moved quickly to fill the void left by Kaiyne Woolery’s exit with the signing of experienced attacker Joel Grant.

The 33-year-old has impressed boss Richie Wellens in training and has penned a deal until the end of the season ahead of tomorrow’s Sky Bet League One trip to Blackpool.

Grant was most recently with Plymouth Argyle, spending three years at Home Park. He helped the Pilgrims to promotion from League Two alongside Town last season and netted against his new employers in a 1-1 draw at the County Ground.

He said: "I'm over the moon, bit later than I would have like to get sorted but I can't wait to get started.

"Training has been really good, the lads have all been welcoming - almost feels like I've been here for a while.

"It's a footballing club, a big club, one that has a great style of football which was important to me.

“I wanted to be part of a footballing team and definitely with a club like Swindon, who are looking to get as high as possible I feel like it's the right move."

Grant started his professional career at Watford in 2005. He spent two years at Vicarage Road under England U21s manager Aidy Boothroyd.

The Acton-born forward then Joined Aldershot on loan, which was made permanent in 2007. After Grant left the Shots in 2008, he had spells at Crewe Alexandra and Wycombe, where he made 96 and 71 appearances respectively.

Grant signed for Yeovil Town in 2013, spending two seasons at Huish Park before joining Exeter City and then their Devon rivals Plymouth.

He has made 14 international appearances for Jamaica, scoring twice.