Middlesex have confirmed the signing of former West Indies international Pedro Collins for the 2010 county campaign.
Left-arm seamer Collins, 33, played 32 Test matches and 30 one-day internationals for the West Indies and makes the switch to Lord's as a Kolpak recruit.
Collins is contracted to the club for the entire domestic campaign, and will join New Zealander Iain O'Brien, England's latest debutant Steven Finn and Tim Murtagh in a new-look pace attack.
Speaking on the signing, Middlesex managing director of cricket Angus Fraser said: "We are delighted to have secured the services of Pedro Collins.
"Pedro will bolster Middlesex's seam attack, bringing experience and variety to it. He has experience of bowling in English conditions and has had a very good domestic season in the Caribbean, in which he took 26 wickets at an average of only 17.53 for Barbados.
"We look forward to him joining up with the rest of the squad in mid April."
On signing to play for Middlesex in 2010, Barbados-born Collins, who recently enjoyed a two-year spell across the Thames at Surrey, added: "I am delighted to be returning to England to play county cricket this summer.
"Playing at Lord's with West Indies was always a special experience and the thought of playing there for Middlesex with the home support on my side is very exciting.
"The club have made some good signings this summer to complement a strong squad so I look forward to helping the club challenge for silverware."