Millwall have confirmed the signing of goalkeeper David Forde on a two-year deal following his release by Cardiff.
The 28-year-old will officially join the Lions on July 1 and manager Kenny Jackett revealed he had had his eye on the shot-stopper for some time.
"I've known about David for some time since he was playing up the road at Cardiff when I was manager of Swansea," Jackett told the club's official website.
"He did very well in his loan spells in League One last season and I believe he will prove an excellent acquisition for us."
Millwall striker Neil Harris has also signed his new one-year deal.
"Everyone knows just how much this club means to me," said Harris.
"Now I am looking forward to getting back with the other lads on July 1 and focusing on making sure we have a successful season."
Meanwhile, Brighton have denied making an approach for Millwall winger Ryan Smith.
The 21-year-old had been linked with a move to the South Coast before Micky Adams completed the signing of Kevin McLeod from Colchester.
Adams told the South London Press: "Ryan has done well and has potential to be a good player but we are now sorted in that position."
The former Arsenal player made just 10 starts for the Lions last season after a knee injury kept him sidelined for most of the campaign.