Galway United have announced the signing of Conor McCormack.

The 30-year-old arrives at Eamonn Deacy Park from Premier Division outfit Derry City.

The decorated midfielder has a lengthy list of honours, having won two Premier Division titles and two FAI Cups during his spells with St. Patrick’s Athletic, Shamrock Rovers and Cork City.

McCormack has also won the President’s Cup on three occasions, along with the Setanta Cup on two occasions, and the EA SPORTS Cup.

The Louth man began his career at Manchester United - After spending two years in the youth ranks at Old Trafford, a move to Italy with Triestina materialised, but with first team opportunities limited, McCormack opted to return to Ireland to sign for Shamrock Rovers.

After a trophy-laden spell at Tallaght Stadium, McCormack went on to enjoy further success and win more silverware in his stints with St. Patrick’s Athletic, Derry City and Cork City.

McCormack captained both Cork City and Derry City, and he featured in the UEFA Champions League and Europa League during his spells with Shamrock Rovers, Derry City and Cork City.