Lincoln City have signed former Crewe Alexandra defender Adie Moses on a free transfer.
The 31-year-old arrives at Sincil Bank on a two-year contract after being released by The Railwaymen back in May.
Imps head coach John Schofield was pleased to land the services of the former Barnsley and Huddersfield Town man.
"To bring someone of Adie's calibre into the club is a massive coup for us," Schofield old the club's official website.
"He's played at the top level throughout his career and is the type of player whose professionalism can only encourage and enhance the younger players that we have in our squad."
Meanwhile, Lincoln have also taken on former Bradford City defender Lee Crooks on trial this pre-season.
The former Manchester City and Barnsley player is looking for pastures new after being released at the end of last season by The Bantams.
Crooks spent the latter half of the last campaign on loan at Notts County and looked set to join The Magpies on a permanent basis this summer.
However, the departure of manager Gudjon Thordarson ended his chances of a return to Meadow Lane.