Paul Green has become the latest player to join Leeds United as boss Neil Warnock continues to raid the transfer market.
The 29-year-old, who was a free agent after leaving Derby, has agreed a two-year deal with the West Yorkshire club and ended specualtion about his furture.
Green, who came on as a substitute for the Republic of Ireland in their Euro 2012 defeat to Spain, is Warnock's third signing so far this summer following Adam Drury and Jason Pearce to Elland Road.
Warnock said: "Paul is another player I've been after for a long time, but obviously he was called up by Ireland for the European Championships so we've had to be a bit patient.
"I've seen him grow from his days at Doncaster and I'm delighted to have him here.
"I've always thought that he is a player who can create goals as well as score them, and he has just the type of attitude we need at Elland Road."