Gray and Ashdown to join up permanently...
Leeds United manager Neil Warnock has strengthened his squad further with the recruitment of striker Andy Gray and goalkeeper Jamie Ashdown.
Striker Gray will make his return to Leeds more permanent after agreeing a one-year deal to re-join the club where he started his career.
The 34-year-old made 29 appearances for the club at the start of a career that has taken in 11 clubs and over 500 senior appearances, and he has now returned to his roots.
Andy joined the club on a trial basis at the start of pre-season and made an immediate impact last week when he scored twice on his "second debut" against Farsley in a 5-2 victory.
Andy is joined by former Portsmouth goalkeeper Ashdown in agreeing a deal to join up with United.
Ashdown made his debut as a trialist in the pre-season friendly at Tavistock on Monday evening.
Ashdown, who was a regular at Portsmouth last season, has joined up with the squad in Cornwall this week and has agreed a deal to join the club on a permanent basis.
The 31-year-old has made 163 career appearances, the majority coming during two separate spells on the south coast at Fratton Park. He started his career with hometown club Reading and has also had spells at Bournemouth, Rushden and Diamonds, and Norwich City.
United boss Neil Warnock allowed Andy Lonergan to move on to Bolton Wanderers, following the arrival of Paddy Kenny at the club, and immediately confirmed that he would be looking to recruit a second goalkeeper.