Former Scotland fly-half Dan Parks has agreed a two-year with Connacht.
Parks, who retired from international rugby following Scotland's Calcutta Cup defeat to England in February, has spent the past two seasons with Cardiff Blues.
However, with the Blues looking slash their wage bill, the 33-year-old has become the latest high-profile departure.
The signing is a massive boost for Connacht, with the Australian-born No.10 the record points scorer in the Celtic League - racking up 1,322 points during his spells at Glasgow Warriors and the Blues.
Parks also has experience of the Premiership after a short stint at Leeds, while he was capped 67 times for Scotland.