Cardiff City have completed the signing of goalkeeper David Marshall from Norwich City for an undisclosed fee.
Cardiff moved for Marshall as they looked to solve their goalkeeping problems, as revealed by skysports.com earlier on Tuesday.
Marshall passed a medical at Ninian Park and agreed personal terms to finalise his switch to Wales.
The former Celtic keeper is manager Dave Jones' first signing of the summer after Norwich accepted an undisclosed six-figure fee for the custodian.
Norwich were resigned to losing some of their top stars after suffering relegation and Marshall is the first player to exit Carrow Road.