Dundee United have confirmed the signing of Polish goalkeeper Lukasz Zaluska on a two-year contract.
Lukasz Zaluska was at Tannadice for a medical
The 24-year-old will arrive in June from Polish First Division club Korona Kielce for a nominal fee having previously played for Legia Warsaw.
United manager Craig Levein said: "He comes highly recommended and impressed greatly during his trial period.
"He's at the right age to develop further as a goalkeeper and I'm excited about securing his signature."
Lucasz replaces Derek Stillie at Tannadice, the former Dunfermline and Wigan goalkeeper having decided to look for a club in England while resuming his legal studies in London.
The Pole was in Dundee on Wednesday to complete his medical before heading back to his homeland.
And he told United's website: "I am delighted to be joining Dundee United, a club which is well known in Europe and with a great tradition.
"I feel I can help the club get back to challenging in Scotland and perhaps again in Europe.
"I am also excited about moving to Scotland and regard this move as a fresh start and a great opportunity to further my career."