The left-back is trying to get his career back on track.
It is fair to say that the relatively short footballing career of left-back Andre Blackman has been very intriguing, if not puzzling.
Now he might have a new team with Luton Town. The League Two club's manager has been speaking to Luton Today this week about the player - who played as a trialist for the development side against Milton Keynes Dons on Tuesday.
He has already chalked up 11 clubs in his short career to date. He spent time on the books at Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Portsmouth before starting his professional career with Bristol City.
They released him after three months and he then went on to play for AFC Wimbledon before joining Celtic in a shock 2011 deal.
After that came spells at Plymouth Argyle, Dover Athletic and Maidenhead United.
Last summer came a shock trial with Leeds United. He even traveled with the club during their pre-season training in Italy.
No deal at Leeds ever came about, and the former Celtic man signed for Blackpool in September last year.
But he played just three games for the club before a legal issue saw him on his way out of the club and since then he has not played.
He will be hoping to earn himself a contract with The Hatters and get his career back on track.