All the latest summer transfer news from League One...
Bristol City have been busy in the transfer market so far with the additions of Peterborough right back Mark Little, midfielders Korey Smith and Wade Elliott from Oldham Athletic and Birmingham City respectively, as well as Stevenage winger Luke Freeman. Now, manager Steve Cotterill has made a move to add depth behind star strikers Jay Emmanuel-Thomas and Sam Baldock with a move for former Crystal Palace striker Aaron Wilbraham. The 34-year-old left Selhurst Park at the end of his contract and now moves to Ashton Gate on a free transfer.
"He's played at this level before and was a regular goalscorer at about a one-in-four ratio," said Cotterill. "He's already enjoyed a terrific partnership with Sam Baldock at MK Dons, so that's a major plus. I also think he'd work just as well with Jay Emmanuel-Thomas."
It's been two losses for Coventry today as they finally said goodbye to midfielder Franck Moussa. The Belgian hit 14 goals for the Sky Blues last season but with his contract expiring, the 24-year-old always seemed destined to leave the club on a free transfer. That proved to be the case today as Charlton boss Bob Peeters swooped to sign his compatriot on a two-year contact.
Winger Mark Marshall also left the club today in order to sign for League One rivals Port Vale. The 26-year-old joined Coventry in February after serving a two-year drugs ban, and becomes Vale's second signing in as many days, following Ryan McGivern to Micky Adams' side.
Meanwhile, relegated Doncaster Rovers will be looking to bounce back to the Championship at the first time of asking, but their hopes could take a hit with speculation that Hull City have opened talks over a move to sign Rovers left back James Husband. The 20-year-old is highly rated in Yorkshire, and now beaten FA Cup finalists Hull are believed to be interested in giving a shot in the Premier League.