The former Sligo Rovers player has been training with the club in pre-season, after spending 2016 with the Fort Lauderdale Strikers in the NASL.
Harps manager Ollie Horgan told the club’s website, “He will give us more options which will be needed for a long, tough season. He’s very experienced player and a big plus for us is that he knows the League of Ireland scene well having played two seasons with Sligo Rovers where he won a Premier Division medal and an FAI Cup title. Pascal is an attacking midfielder who can score goals. He is good at linking up with front men so hopefully he can strike up a good understanding with our forwards.”
He will link up with another International player at the club, Paddy McCourt, as Harps look to build on last night’s 1-1 draw with Galway United. It was the club’s first point of the season following two successive defeats.