Rangers have completed the capture of Swedish midfielder Mervan Celik on a three-and-a-half year deal.
The Sweden Under 21 international has finalised his move on Friday after agreeing personal terms and passing a routine medical.
The 21-year-old, who can play on either wing, has been snapped up by manager Ally McCoist under freedom of contract following the expiration of his GAIS contract.
Gers are waiting to secure Celik's international clearance meaning he will not make his SPL debut against Aberdeen on Saturday.
Celik should be free to face Hibernian on January 28th, although he has not played since the conclusion of the Swedish season in October.
"I am always ready. I feel fit and able to be involved. I will show the fans but I can tell them that I am a player who always plays with heart," he told the club's official website.
"It doesn't matter to me where I play, that is for the coaches to decide. Of course the fans can expect to see goals but I can also defend well.
"I think it is a step up from the Swedish league but I am ready to make that step and show everyone what I can do.
"It will be great to be there (on Saturday) and to watch the game and experience the atmosphere."
He added: "I am very happy now, I have made it to Glasgow and I am happy to be here. It has taken some time but it is finished now and I am very happy with that.
"It is a very good set-up here, it is a very nice training ground and everything is perfect.
"I was here last month and the club showed me everything and I liked the set-up so it is good to have the deal agreed now. Of course now I am very hungry to be involved."