Former Manchester City striker Darius Vassell has completed his move to Turkish club Ankaragucu.
Vassell fell down the pecking order at Eastlands last season and became surplus to requirements as manager Mark Hughes started to bolster his attacking options.
Roque Santa Cruz, Carlos Tevez and Emmanuel Adebayor have all joined this summer to further increase competition for places.
But Vassell will be embarking on a new challenge in the Turkish Super Lig after signing a two-year deal with Ankaragucu.
The former England international travelled to the club last month to hold talks and was greeted by thousands of excited supporters upon his arrival
Ankaragucu, who finished 13th in the league last term, regard Vassell's capture as a major coup ahead of their centenary year.
"I do not want to talk too much," Vassell told reporters.
"I want to play football. Ankaragucu is working hard for success."
Vassell started his career with Aston Villa before switching to Man City in 2005.