PETER Rapson has signed for AFC Wimbledon.
The young striker had been training with the Dons during pre-season, and boss Terry Brown has seen enough of the 17-year-old academy product to offer him senior football at Kingsmeadow.
He said: "Peter is a tremendous young prospect who represented the club at U18 level last year.
"He is still only 17 and has already scored his opening goal in a first-team fixture at the Tempest End - against FC United of Manchester.
"Peter will train with us on a full-time basis, and although I expect him to play a part in several first-team fixtures this year, he will, at a later stage, be loaned out to play some senior first-team football."
Meanwhile, Brown has been priced out of a move for triallist Calum Willock.
The former Brentford and Peterborough frontman appeared in two friendlies for the Dons, and scored in the 2-1 win against Fulham.
But Brown couldn't afford to keep him at Kingsmeadow.
He added: "Calum is keen to sort out a club for the entire season, and at this stage we were unable to offer him the security and commitment he was looking for."