Leyton Orient have made their fourth signing of the summer, bringing in Portsmouth's Louis Dennis for an undisclosed fee.

The versatile forward joined Pompey in May 2018 but was limited to just eight appearances, in which he scored a single goal.

Dennis began his career with Dagenham & Redbridge before switching to Bromley in 2014, where he had his best career season, scoring 22 goals in 54 games in 2017/18.

Overall for the Ravens, he scored 47 times in 157 games.

Interim head coach Ross Embleton told the club website: "“It’s taken us a massive chunk of the summer to finally get here. Louis has been a player that we’ve admired at the club since we came up against him in our first season in the National League, he got a fantastic move to Portsmouth, but as soon as we got the opportunity to bring him to this club it’s one we began to pursue.

"When you look across all levels of football, the players that make you sit up and get up out of your seat, those ones that have that extra bit of ability and the talent to go past people and make something happen. Louis has certainly got that, we’ve watched him on a number of occasions, studied all of his footage and he is a player of real ability. So we’re going to allow him to go out there and express himself like we do with all the players. But he’s got the natural ability that will hopefully excite people.”