Peterborough have signed Northern Ireland international striker James Quinn on a two-year contract.
Quinn had been with Sheffield Wednesday since January
The 30-year-old left Sheffield Wednesday earlier in the summer after scoring two goals in 15 appearances during his four months at Hillsborough.
Before that, he spent three years at Dutch club Willem II after spells with Blackpool and West Brom.
"I have been after James for a long time," Peterborough manager Mark Wright told his club's website.
"We want someone to make the ball stick in attack, and James holds the ball up and brings others into play.
"Everyone at the club knows we have quick wingers, and when Calum Willock is fit again, we have great options."