EX-PREMIER LEAGUE star Dan Gosling has signed for a new club after being unemployed for four months.
The 33-year-old was released by Watford in the summer despite recovering from a serious Achilles injury.
He has now penned a two-month deal at League Two side Notts County.
A club statement read: "We’re delighted to add a player of Dan’s pedigree to the squad at such an important time.
"We believe his obvious quality and experience will enable him to help the team in the short-term.
“Throughout his career Dan has proven himself to be a hard-working, tenacious and highly accomplished midfielder at the top levels of the game."
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Fans were buzzing over the signing, one said: "Hell of a signing for League Two. Top pro. Good luck Gozza."
Gosling came through the ranks at Plymouth before moves to Premier League sides Everton and Newcastle.
The former England Under-21 star then spent six years at Bournemouth, playing 193 times for the club as the Cherries earned promoted and then established themselves in the top-flight.
A move to Watford followed in 2021, but injuries plagued his time at Vicarage Road as he made just 36 appearances.
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He slammed his former team-mates, claiming "disgraceful attitudes" resulted in relegation a year after he joined.
Gosling arrives at Notts County to replace Matt Palmer, who will miss the remainder of the season with a knee problem.
The club are eyeing back-to-back promotions with them currently second in the League Two table.
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