Bohs have signed defender Dan Casey.
The 19 year-old has joined the club after four years with Sunderland.
Casey, who can play at right-back or centre-back, already featured in the sides' friendly against FC United of Manchester on Saturday.
Gypsies boss Keith Long believes he's brought a strong addition to Dalymount Park.
“I’m delighted to sign him. He’s a big, powerful lad. He’s a player who I believe will be a good addition to the squad".
“We’ve got someone coming home who is hungry to succeed and who wants to play ... I think we’ve got someone who feels he’s got a bit of a point to prove and I believe he will do that at Dalymount.”
Casey is a graduate of St Joseph’s Boys AFC and has represented Ireland at international level up to and including Under-19s.
The club say it's likely Casey will go straight into the first-team squad for Bohs’ trip to play Finn Harps in Ballybofey on Friday, subject to international clearance.