Brechin City have brought former Partick Thistle midfielder Abdul Osman to Glebe Park.
The Ghanaian skippered the Jags in the Premiership and has racked up over 400 professional appearances in a well-travelled career, which has included spells in Greece, England and with Falkirk and Queen of the South.
City boss Michael Paton – who played with Osman at Queens – believes Osman will bring much-needed experience to his League Two strugglers.
He said: “I’m absolutely delighted to get Abs over the line.
“He’s another real experienced head and comes with a wealth of football knowledge as well. I played with him last year at Queen of the South – he is a leader and a real presence on the park.
“I’m happy that he’s decided to come to Brechin. He’s up for the battle – he knows where we’re at and he knows where we want to go as a club.
“He wants to be part of the journey and say he helped Brechin get back to where we want to be. We’re really looking forward to seeing him in a City shirt.”