Uruguay captain Diego Lugano has completed his move to Paris St Germain from Fenerbahce on a three-year contract.
The 30-year-old defender has put pen to paper on a deal at the Parc des Princes after five years with the Turkish giants.
Lugano has already set his sights on silverware with the Ligue 1 side.
He said: "I am very happy to arrive in Paris. It is a great joy and a new stage in my career knowing that I have just arrived at a club that has big ambitions.
"PSG is the most iconic French club. My goal is to help them get as high as possible."
The Copa America winner continued: "In all the clubs I have played for, I was lucky in one way or another, to leave a small trace and it makes me quite proud.
"By changing the club, I start from scratch: it's a new challenge. PSG is a club in search of titles, including the league.. This is a great challenge, not to mention that we are equipped to do something in the Europa League.
"Being competitive in every way - this is something that was missing in my career."
Asked why he chose PSG, he replied: "Throughout my career I was fortunate to have been approached by many clubs. I am proud because it means that I kept a good level of play.
"PSG's project made the difference, both on the field and off. France is a beautiful country, where I cannot wait to live."
Lugano, who helped Fener win two league titles, will bolster a PSG squad that has already seen substantial investment since a takeover by the Qatar Investment Authority earlier this summer.
The capital club have sent more than 80million euros (£70.9m) on players including attacking trio Javier Pastore, Jeremy Menez and Kevin Gameiro.
Sporting director Leonardo expressed his satisfaction at the club's latest signing.
"We are very pleased to welcome Diego to the club," he said.
"He arrived in Paris with his experience and what he has done in recent years is already a great career.
"He is a player with a lot of talent and leadership - two qualities that we will be essential for a successful season."