Leeds United have confirmed the signing of goalkeeper Paddy Kenny on a three-year contract from Queens Park Rangers for an undisclosed fee.
Sky Sports revealed on Tuesday that Leeds had finally struck a deal to sign Kenny after spending much of the close season chasing the keeper.
Kenny has been allowed to leave Loftus Road after QPR manager Mark Hughes brought in England international Robert Green on a free transfer from West Ham United.
Whites boss Neil Warnock now has the opportunity to work with Kenny for a fourth time in his career after the pair were previously together at Bury, Sheffield United and QPR.
The 34-year-old becomes Leeds' fourth signing of the summer and follows Jason Pearce, Adam Drury and Paul Green in moving to Elland Road.