Ipswich Town have secured the services of keeper Nick Colgan until the end of the season.
Town have confirmed a short-term contract with the Republic of Ireland international who started his league career at Chelsea after joining them from Drogheda in 1992.
Colgan has since completed loan spells at Grimsby, Millwall, Brentford and Reading as well as spells with Bournemouth, Hibs, Stockport and more recently Barnsley.
The 34-year-old featured in 113 games for the Tykes but, after becoming a free agent, leaves the club for a short-term deal with Town.
Town boss Jim Magilton hopes Colgan will bring experience to his squad, telling the club's official website: "Nick Colgan is a vastly experienced keeper who will provide strong competition for Stephen Bywater here over the rest of the season.
"I expect him to push Stephen all the way for his place and I am delighted to have him on board.
"He is an international keeper who has been involved with the Republic of Ireland recently and will be another good voice to have around the place."