Leyton Orient can confirm the appointment of Martin Brennan as first team goalkeeper coach from July 1.
Brennan has signed a one-year deal with the O’s and comes to the Matchroom Stadium having spent four years at Fulham, serving both the first team and Under-21 squad.
On signing for the O’s, Brennan told leytonorient.com: “I am very excited to be back at the Club for a third time and to get started.
“I was here from the ages of 9 to 13 and then I came back to coach when the Academy was the Centre of Excellence.
“It is always a club that I have looked out for and as well as living in the area it is a club my dad took me to as a kid.”
The 33-year-old initially spent his youth career with the O’s, before also returning at the end of his playing career to coach the Academy U9-U16 goalkeepers, and now links up with Orient for a third spell.
Prior to coaching at Fulham, Brennan was working with the Under-21 goalkeepers at Tottenham Hotspur, before linking up with Wycombe Wanderers for three years under both Peter Taylor and Gary Waddock.