FORMER Tranmere winger Martin Devaney hopes to earn himself a contract with York City following a trial this week.
Devaney, 32, has been playing for Bohemians in Dublin since his release from Prenton Park at the end of last season. He previously played for Barnsley and Cheltenham.
He had previously spent six years at Oakwell, where he plied his trade in the Championship and was instrumental in FA Cup victories over Liverpool and Chelsea.
York boss Gary Mills said: “Martin is an experienced wide striker. He’s done fantastically well in his career and has still got lots to offer. He’s a fit, fit lad and isn’t tied up anywhere. He’s available and still hungry to do well at 32, so there’s a good possibility he could join us.”