Wes Fogden is the latest player to sign for Portsmouth having agreed an 18-month-deal with the option of a further year.
The midfielder is described by those who've watched him regularly as someone who will run all game and provide the midfield with some much needed energy, much like Gary O'Neil did for Pompey back in the day.
The 25-year-old made his name in football by playing over 100 games for Havant & Waterlooville before being snapped up by Lee Bradbury who was managing Bournemouth at the time.
He made over 50 appearances for the Cherries before being allowed to leave for Pompey, after some convincing from team mate and former Blues player Richard Hughes.
Fogden should be a solid addition to the team as Richie Barker continues to strengthen the squad.
In other news, Pompey's home game with Accrington Stanley will now be played on Tuesday, February 25th with a 7:45pm kick off.