Bohemians boosted by loan signing of Ryan Cassidy from Watford

Ryan Cassidy in action for loan club Accrington Stanley last season (Image: Chris Vaughan – CameraSport via Getty Images)

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Bohemians have snapped up Ryan Cassidy on loan from Watford.

Cassidy, 20, scored four goals on loan to Accrington Stanley last season, including two in 11 appearances in League One.

The Dublin-born striker is out of contract at the Premier League club next summer. He joined Watford as a 16-year-old from St Kevin's Boys.

He will be keen to impress at Bohs following a series of injury setbacks and, with last season's League top scorer Georgie Kelly poised to leave the Gypsies ahead of the new season, Cassidy will get early opportunities to make his mark.

Cassidy has been involved in Ireland under-21 squads and follows another Watford player, Northern Ireland's JJ McKiernan, to Dalymount Park.

Bohs are now hopeful of holding onto midfielder Dawson Devoy, who is wanted by MK Dons.

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