Newly-promoted Dunfermline have continued their summer recruitment campaign with the signing of Andrew Barrowman from Ross County.
The 26-year-old striker has penned a two-year deal and becomes the Pars' third signing this week as the First Division champions prepare for life in the Scottish Premier League.
Manager Jim McIntyre's capture of Barrowman adds to the arrival of Paul Burns and Paddy Boyle at East End Park.
McIntyre said: "He is a big boy, good in the air, tall and a bit different from what we have in attacking options.
"We felt we needed a target man to complement the types of strikers we have and have not really had anybody like him since Graham Bayne left."
The Pars boss added: "I'd like to welcome all the new signings. Both Paddy and Andrew have had knock backs in their careers but they are hungry to do well."
However, one player who looks set to quit Dunfermline is Calum Woods, who is expected to join Huddersfield Town.
The 24-year-old has agreed terms with the League One side and will undergo a medical early next week.
McIntyre told the club's official website: "As soon as an English club comes in there is no competition.
"If he leaves, we wish him well since he has been an integral part of the team since I became manager.
"Most footballers' goal is to play in England and if he continues to progress he could become a wealthy young man."