Hibernian have confirmed the signing of goalkeeper Mark Brown from Celtic.
The 28-year-old, who started his career with Rangers before moving to Motherwell and Inverness Caledonian Thistle, has joined until summer 2012.
Brown, who had been on loan to Kilmarnock, told Hibs' website: "I'm delighted to be joining Hibernian.
"From the training centre through to the way the team is playing and the way the manager and the club go about their business, it is an exciting place."
Hibs this month signed 26-year-old former Motherwell goalkeeper Graeme Smith, who also began his career at Ibrox, after his release from Brighton.
I want competition throughout the team and we now have a pool of very talented keepers
Hibernian manager John Hughes
But Brown, who made 15 appearances for Kilmarnock this season, is determined not to repeat his experience with Celtic, where he found himself as back-up and played only 14 times after arriving from Inverness in 2007.
"I know I will be competing for the jersey with some excellent goalkeeping talent already at the club," he said.
"But I'm ready and prepared to work as hard as possible to get into the team."
Hibs manager John Hughes, who had been thwarted in his attempts to sign Brown in the summer because Celtic wanted a transfer fee, had signed Graham Stack in August to solve what were perceived to be goalkeeping problems at Easter Road.
But the former Plymouth Argyle man was injured in November and his replacement, Yves Ma-Kalambay, has not played since a 4-1 defeat at home to Rangers on 27 December.
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