Dundee United have signed former Hearts goalkeeper Steve Banks in a player/coach role.
Banks has agreed a three-year deal at Tannadice after leaving Hearts.
United boss Craig Levein has moved for Banks after losing Lukasz Zaluska, Michael McGovern and Scott Thomson at the end of the season.
Levein was delighted to bring in Banks and revealed he will be the club's back-up keeper next season.
"With Lukasz Zaluska, Michael McGovern and now Scott Thomson all leaving, I wanted to find an experienced goalkeeper who could still play at the highest level and had the necessary qualifications to act as goalkeeping coach," Levein told the club's official website.
"I had to act quickly to secure the services of Stevie Banks who meets these criteria in every respect.
"Stevie will act as back up keeper for our new first team keeper, but has such experience and ability that I'd have no hesitation in starting him in the first team, should the replacement for Lukasz take a little longer than anticipated to find."