Rangers have signed former West Ham and Manchester United goalkeeper Roy Carroll on a one year contract.
Carroll was released by West Ham at the end of last season
The Northern Irishman started his career with Hull City in 1995 and moved on to Wigan Athletic, where he made 136 appearances for the Lancashire club.
The 29-year-old spent four seasons with Alex Ferguson's side from 2001-2005, before moving to Upton Park.
He will provide Allan McGregor and Graeme Smith with competition for the number one jersey at Ibrox.
Carroll said: "It's a fantastic opportunity and I had no hesitation in accepting the offer.
"I have made no secret that I am a Rangers fan so this is really a dream move for me.
"It's going to be a battle to get into the team but I'm ready to fight."