Jamaica international Omar Daley has finalised a reunion with Stuart McCall after signing a two-year contract at Motherwell.
Daley enjoyed four years together with McCall at Bradford City and has been given clearance to put the finishing touches to his move to Fir Park.
The 30-year-old is looking forward to playing under McCall and hopes to be in contention to make his Well debut in the SPL against St Johnstone on Saturday.
"I am delighted to be here and I have to thank the manager, Stuart McCall, for showing faith in me," Daley told the club's official website.
"It's like a big family here and I just can't wait to get started and get to know the fans.
"I played the best football of my career under the gaffer at Bradford and I am grateful to be linking up with him for a second time.
"I have been in for a few weeks now and the standard is very high and the players are very professional.
"The lads have been very good to me, I feel very comfortable at this club. My confidence is high at the minute.
"I've had a good summer with my country at the Gold Cup so I'll give it my all in training this week, try to impress the coaching staff, and hopefully I will be involved in the match this Saturday."