Date of birth
Former Bromley man signed a two-year deal with Pompey at the close of the 2017/18 season, arriving on a free transfer.
Most comfortable in a traditional No. 10 role, Dennis can also operate on either flank or as a striker.
The former Watford schoolboy began his professional career at Dagenham and Rebridge - signing a professional deal in 2011 - before enjoying a handful of non-league loan spells at the likes of Grays Athletic and Canvey Island.
Dennis netted his first professional goal in September 2013, rounding off the scoring during the Daggers' 4-1 Football League Trophy win over Colchester, before another short-term move followed in November 2013 at Hayes and Yeading.
His Dag and Red contract was terminated by mutual consent in January 2014, and he subsequently signed for National League South outfit Bromley the following month.
Netted on debut for his new club as a second-half substitute at Dorchester, going on to make a total of 13 appearances in his first half-season with the Ravens.
Made 31 appearances in 2014/15, scoring five times, as part of the side that won promotion to the National League as champions.
Has continued to flourish at the highest level of the non-league game over the past three years, earning a place in the 2017/18 National League 'Team of the Season' after 13 goals in 42 appearances, also playing a key role in the club's FA Trophy run, which saw them beaten on penalties by Brackley Town in the final at Wembley in May 2018.
Was also voted 'Player of the Season' by Bromley supporters for his exploits last term.