Former Huddersfield Town player Antony Kay has signed for Bury after leaving MK Dons.

The 33-year-old, who has moved from midfield to centre-back, has agreed a one-year contract with the League I club.

He will be reunited with former Town teammate Peter Clarke at Gigg Lane.

Centre-back Clarke, Town’s 2012 League I promotion-winning skipper, played 45 times as the Shakers finished 14th last season.

Kay made 161 appearances in three seasons at MK, helping them win promotion from the third tier in 2015.

Town signed him from Tranmere Rovers in 2009, and he played 119 times, scoring 12 goals.

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Kay began his career at hometown club Barnsley, where he came through the youth system.

Bury boss David Flitcroft explained: “Antony is a player we have been pursuing for the last six months.

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“I am absolutely delighted to reveal him as our first summer signing.

“He is a player of great character and has the leadership qualities required to reduce our goals conceded stats.”