Aodhan Quinn, who played for Orlando City last season during its time in the United Soccer League, was picked up by Louisville City FC on Monday.
Supposedly picked up for the Louisville's need in healthy bodies, SB Nation's Orlando/Louisville City blog the Mane Land, reported that Quinn could help Lou City with its lack of roster depth.
Louisville City has not been able to assemble a full match day 18 for the past few games and coach James O'Connor was in desperate need for some healthy players to bolster his squad.
Enter Quinn, who played for O'Connor during his time at Orlando City and made 16 appearances for the club during its final year in the USL.
Quinn, who has been described as a goalscoring midfielder by multiple outlets and was named MAC player of the year in 2013, made an immediate impact for Lou City on Tuesday as he provided a goal and an assist in a game against Wilmington Hammerheads.
His first shot in a Louisville City jersey came in the 40th minute where he rocketed a left-footed half volley off the post and into the back of the net. He wouldn't have to wait to pick up his first assist either, as he collected the ball, held off the Wilmington goalkeeper and laid the ball off for Conor Shanosky to slot home from close range.
If Quinn can keep up that sort of production, he may find his way back to Orlando City in the near future.