Kilmarnock have signed striker Kris Boyd on a three-year deal after he left Rangers at the end of the season.
Boyd is now in his third spell at Rugby Park and joins fellow new recruits Scott Robinson (Hearts), Jamie MacDonald (Falkirk) and Kallum Higginbotham (Partick Thistle).
The 31-year-old began his career with Kilmarnock and has also played for Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest, in addition to spells in Greece and the United States.
Killie boss Gary Locke told the club website: "I am over the moon to have secured Kris. As soon as I found out he was available, it was a no brainer and I was chasing him all summer.
"Kris's track record at Kilmarnock speaks for itself - he’s a proven goalscorer. In addition to what he will do for us on the pitch this season, he will also be able to work with the young strikers we have coming through. He’s a great role model."
Boyd added: "I am delighted to have signed once again for Kilmarnock. This is a great club for me. I feel I have done well here in the past and I am looking forward to getting fit and scoring more goals this time round."