Rotherham United have completed the signing of centre-half Kelvin Wilson.
The 30-year-old, who was a free agent after leaving Nottingham Forest in the summer, has passed a medical and agreed a one-year deal.
Wilson played in the Champions League with Celtic before a £2.5 million move to Forest in 2013.
He underwent back surgery in the same year and made only 40 league starts in his three years at the City Ground.
In a previous spell with Forest, before he joined Celtic in 2011, he made 123 league appearances in four seasons.
League One Coventry City had been in advanced talks with the defender before the Millers made their move.
He becomes new manager Alan Stubbs’s fifth signing, after midfielders Anthony Forde, Jake Forster-Caskey and Will Vaulks and goalkeeper Lewis Price.