Former Aberdeen full-back Kevin McNaughton has completed his move to Inverness Caley Thistle.
The Highlanders have also confirmed they have secured Hearts winger Billy King on loan for the coming season.
McNaughton joins Caley from Wigan, where he did not feature after August last year in the wake of suffering a hamstring injury.
The 33-year-old, who made almost 300 appearances for Cardiff after leaving Aberdeen in 2006 but has only featured 12 times in the past two seasons, has agreed a one-year deal with Inverness.
Caley boss Richie Foran invited Dundee-born McNaughton north for a trial and has decided he still has what it takes to play in the Premiership.
King, 22, spent the final few months of last season on loan at Rangers.
His Hearts career looks to be over given his contract will expire at the end of next season.
Hearts manager Robbie Neilson believes allowing King to go to Inverness was the best move for both parties.
He said:”It’s a a great move for Billy and will enable him to kick on and get some regular football under his belt.
“He returned from his loan at Rangers earlier this summer and, having spoken to him, he expressed a desire to get as much game time as possible. There is a lot of competition for places here and I feel Billy will stand a better chance of playing regularly by going back out on loan.”