The 23-year-old joins us after spending last season at Eastleigh and becomes Wanderers’ second signing of close season, following the acquisition of 24-year-old Jordan Norville-Williams at the end of April.

Brennan joins with a wealth of experience, making two first-team appearances for A.F.C Bournemouth having been with The Cherries since the age of seven. The defenders established youth career includes making three caps for Scotland’s U19’s, also scoring a goal for the side.

Camp, who can play in various positions across the backline, is well regarded for his physical prowess and defensive ability. Brennan signed for Eastleigh in 2022, and established himself as a key player for The Spireites during his opening season at The Silverlake.

Upon signing with The Wanderers, Brennan told DWFC Media: “The whole project is what made me join, Marc’s been hammering that into me on the phone over the last few weeks, he’s made it clear that we want to go straight back up next season and I want to be in a team that’s winning games and fighting at the top of the table. I feel like this is the best place for me to come.

“I’m buzzing to be here and hopefully we can make it a memorable season”

Marc White added: “Brennan is someone we have played against for several years, he played against us at Weymouth in the National League South play-off semi-final. He’s a really highly regarded footballer, he can play as a central centre-half, right sided centre-half or the right side of a back three. He’s quick, has great aerial ability, he’s professional and at 23-years-old fits right into the profile of what we’re trying to achieve with the squad.

“Brennan was very much in demand in the league above, but we managed to convince him to be part of our journey”

Camp will join up with the squad for the start of preseason preparations at the end of June, ahead of our first match away at Poole Town on 6th July.