Sheffield United have won the race to sign Swansea midfielder Leon Britton on a free transfer.
A host of clubs were chasing Britton, but United have managed to lure him to Bramall Lane.
Britton joins the Blades on a free transfer after seeing out his contract at Swansea and he has signed a three-year deal with the option of a further 12 months.
The 27-year-old rejected the offer of a new deal at the Liberty Stadium with the player keen to take advantage of his free agent status.
A number of clubs, including Wigan and Middlesbrough have been linked with a move for the former West Ham youngster, but Sheffield United have stolen in to bring Britton to South Yorkshire.
Britton revealed he rejected overtures from the Premier League to make the move to United.
"There was interest from the Premiership and I spoke to a couple of people there but it wasn't right for me - Sheffield United was," Britton told the club's official website.
"First and foremost this is a massive club, you only have to look at the average attendance last season. I was here with Swansea for the penultimate one and the special atmosphere from that day is still fresh in my mind."