Oldham Athletic have signed their second player from Wrexham.  

Winger Davis Keillor-Dunn has signed a one-year deal and follows Bobby Grant who has arrived at Boundary Park on a season-long loan.

The 22-year-old has left the Racecourse Ground after signing a short-term contract with the National League club in January.

Keillor-Dunn told Latics’ website: “(Manager) Harry’s (Kewell) told me his ideas and in my eyes it’s a perfect fit.

“Obviously he was a similar player and position to myself and just how enthusiastic he was and how he’s ready for the challenge, I really wanted to come here.”

Sunderland-born, Keillor-Dunn’s breakthrough came during three years with Ross County in Scotland, a loan spell at Falkirk also coming during his time north of the border.