Dundee United’s Calum Butcher has left the club and signed for English side Burton Albion.
The 24-year-old had been offered a new deal by Tangerines boss Jackie McNamara last month but the player had stalled on putting pen to paper.
It has now been confirmed he has joined the Brewers who are managed by former Chelsea and Holland star Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
Albion will be playing in League One for the first time in their history next season after winning promotion.
Butcher, who started his career at Spurs, signed for United two years ago and made 21 appearances for the Tangerines last term.
The midfielder, who has now agreed a two-year deal with Albion, said: “The team obviously won League Two last year so it’s already a very good squad. Now it’s League One and everyone will want to impress in that division. It’s going to be a really exciting season.”