Biggleswade Town have signed David Hutton after a short spell with Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division rivals St Neots Town.
A former Republic of Ireland international, Hutton played for his country at both under-15/16 levels.
Hutton is a 24-year-old attacking midfield player who began his footballing career with Tottenham Hotspur, where he spent three years as a professional.
In March 2009, he went on Loan to Cheltenham Town and made his League debut against Leyton Orient a month later.
The following May he joined Cheltenham permanently on a one-year deal but was released by the Robins in May 2010.
In July 2010 he joined Grimsby Town on trial and played in several pre-season friendlies. After a brief spell with St Albans City he agreed to join the Glenn Hoddle Academy and played several times with their Spanish partner club, Jerez Industrial.
Hutton then joined Boreham Wood in October 2011, moving to Hemel Hempstead Town a year later.
He joined Dunstable for a transfer fee from Hemel at the start of this season before moving to the Saints in late November.