Leyton Orient have made their third signing of the January window by bringing in striker Danny Johnson from Dundee.

The 26-year-old has signed an 18-month deal at the O's, subject to international clearance.

Johnson joins Lawrence Vigouroux and Ouss Cisse in having arrived at the club this month.

He will travel with the squad to the Crewe Alexandra game tomorrow but will be unavailable for selection.

Speaking to the club website, Johnson said of the move: “I’m delighted to be here. I played against the club two years go in the National League, on the day – you look at the ground, you look at the size of the club; it’s a great club to come to.

“Everywhere I go, I’m going to score goals. I’m a willing runner, hardworking and a fox in the box.”

Head coach Ross Embleton added: “We’re delighted. It’s a very interesting one with Danny. We’ve tracked him and followed him for a long time now. There were some discussions, going back about 18 months or so where Justin had met with him and we spoke about the potential of signing him, but it never quite come off at that stage.

"We’ve continued to follow him, and he is a player that we are delighted to be bringing into the club.”