Daryl agreed a contract until January 16, 2016 when he joined the club on October 16, making his debut the following day in the 2-1 win over Luton Town.
Darryl started his career at Southampton in 1996 and had four seasons there, spending time on loan with Woking. After failing to make a first-team appearance he moved to Southend in 2000 and soon established himself as first choice at Roots Hall, playing more than 300 games over eight years.
In 2008 he joined Crystal Palace and spent three seasons there, including loan spells at Leeds United and Oldham Athletic.
After a year at Portsmouth, where he was back-up to another former Crawley goalkeeper, Jamie Ashdown, Darryl joined Bournemouth in 2011 and he made over 50 appearances for the Cherries, before he was released at the end of last season.
In total, Darryl has made 460 career appearances in nearly two decades in the game.