ABERDEEN boss Craig Brown has made his second signing since arriving at Pittodrie.
Teenage defender Myles Anderson has put pen to paper on a short term deal, and joins former Livingston full-back David McNamee at the club since Brown became manager.
The former Leyton Orient player has been training with the Dons and will be given the chance to show what he can do to earn a longer term deal at the club.
The Englishman had previously been on trial at Brown’s former club Motherwell but has followed the manager north.
But the Dons gaffer stressed that Anderson is one for the future and will not be thrown straight in to first-team action.
Brown said last week: "This is a young lad who has just come up to train with us really.
"He is not ready for SPL action and nothing like it at the moment.