Welsh international midfielder Mark Bradley has joined Rotherham as boss Ronnie Moore revamps his squad.
The 22-year-old has joined the Millers on a two-year contract and becomes Moore's sixth summer signing as he seeks to rebuild after last season's play-off final heartbreak.
Bradley came through the youth ranks at Walsall and made more than 100 appearances for the Saddlers before being released at the end of last term.
The midfielder, who made his full international debut for Wales as a second half substitute in the 2-0 defeat in Croatia in May, is now keen to push on with the Millers.
He told the club's official website: "I was delighted to get my first cap for Wales. It shows I've got a bit of ability and now I want to show that at Rotherham.
"I like to see myself as a good passer of the ball and a box-to-box midfielder. One thing I need to improve on is my goalscoring but I am looking forward to showing what I can do."
He added: "I want to play as many games as possible and win as many games as possible.
"Promotion is the main ambition this season and I think we can achieve it. I'm really happy to be part of this club."
Moore hailed the signing of the midfielder, whom Rotherham assistant boss Jimmy Mullen knows very well from the pair's time at Walsall.
Moore said: "He's another big signing for us and we're pleased to get him because a few other clubs were keen on him.
"He's very similar to (former Rotherham midfielder) Stewart Talbot and we expect him to get goals for us.
"His scoring record at the moment isn't great but when I've seen him, he's always got into the box and I think that is something we can work on."