Defender Greg Halford has become Rotherham United’s seventh summer signing.
He has Premier League experience and has twice commanded fees of £2.5 million during his career
The Star understands he has signed a two-year deal.
Halford began his career at Colchester before a £2.5m switch to Premier League Reading, followed by a move for a similar fee to Sunderland and then a £2m transfer to Wolves.
He played in the top flight for all three clubs but has spent most of his career in the Championship and once had a loan spell with Sheffield United.
He parted company with Nottingham Forest at the end of the season after three years and will be reunited with City Ground teammate Danny Collins who joined the Millers on Friday.
The 30-year-old is no stranger to AESSEAL New York Stadium, having played there in Brighton’s 1-0 Easter-Monday defeat while he was on loan with the Seagulls.
Millers manager Steve Evans’ other recruits are Tom Thorpe, Emmanuel Ledesma, Lewis Buxton, Joe Mattock and Aidy White.