Cardiff City have completed the signing of Millwall's former Liverpool goalkeeper Tony Warner.
"With the new stadium Cardiff should be pushing for the Premiership and I want to be a part of that," Warner told the Bluebirds website.
The move comes on the day that the Bluebirds re-signed keeper Martyn Margetson on a two-year deal, while Neil Alexander is also under contract.
Defender Robert Page has also joined, and Gary Croft has signed a new deal.
Wales keeper Margetson, who took a pay cut to secure a new two-year contract at Ninian Park, says he is not concerned by the arrival of Warner.
"It's always going to happen at Cardiff," he told BBC Sport Wales. "The club is striving for the Premiership so there is massive competition for players.
"I finished last season between the sticks so I hope to get the opportunity to start this year.
"If that happens the rest is purely down to me."
The Bluebirds also have young keeper Aaron Lee Barrett on their books, so Scotland international Alexander's position at the club would appear to be under the greatest threat.