Exeter City have completed the signing of veteran striker Marcus Stewart from Yeovil Town.
Stewart had been unable to agree a new deal at Yeovil and has been training with Team Bath during the summer.
He has now secured a contract at Football League new boys Exeter after successfully passing a medical.
The 35-year-old scored 14 goals in 74 appearances during his time at Yeovil and Exeter boss Paul Tisdale believes the deal is a 'real coup'.
"I am obviously delighted to get a player of Marcus's quality, he will bring another dimension to our play," Tisdale told the club's official website.
"It is a real coup to sign a player of his experience and shows just how far Exeter City as a club has come."