Livingston captain James McPake has agreed to join Coventry City next year.
The defender, who turns 24 over the weekend, was being chased by a number of clubs both North and South of the border.
He has now opted for a move to the Ricoh Arena and will join on a Bosman transfer in June.
McPake admits he is already looking forward to his big move.
"I'm delighted with the size of the club I'll be going to," he said.
"The place is massive and the Championship is a great league.
"When my pal Graham Dorrans went to West Brom I wasn't jealous, but I wanted that as well.
"You just have to look at Kevin McDonald [now at Burnley], who I played against last season. He has played at Stamford Bridge and scored twice against Arsenal and I'd love to have experiences like that.
"When Livingston played Celtic earlier in the season I came home and wondered what it would be like to play football in a stadium like that every second week.
"Then I went to Coventry City and walked out at the ground and I felt it was like Parkhead. The training ground is amazing as well and it can't help but make you a better player."
McPake will stay with Livingston until the end of the season, but Coventry could look to get him sooner if they pay a transfer fee next month.
"I'm a Livingston player until 31st May and then I'll become a Coventry player the day after. It's up to the clubs if that's going to change," he said.
"I've been at Livingston for eight-and-a-half years now and I've given everything I can for the club.
"I'll keep giving my all for Livi until I leave. The best-case scenario would be I leave having helped the club back to the SPL under the new manager and I'll do everything I can to help achieve that."