WANDERERS have confirmed Charlton defender Dorian Dervite will join the club on a three-year deal this summer.

The French centre-back will team up with the Whites for pre-season once his current contract at The Valley runs out on June 30.

The 25-year-old is boss Dougie Freedman's fifth signing of the close season following the arrival on permanent deals of former loan quartet Neil Danns, Liam Trotter, Liam Feeney and Andy Robinson.

A former France Under-21 star, Dervite also spent time at Tottenham and in Spain with Villarreal, as well as a loan spell at Southend where he played alongside Freedman.

He joins Wanderers after two years with Charlton.