Tranmere Rovers have completed the signing of defender Calum Woods on a one-year contract.
The 32-year-old Liverpudlian is a full-back who is comfortable playing either on the left or right of the defence.
Having began his career at Liverpool, Woods moved to Scotland to make his senior debut with Dunfermline Athletic where he would spend five years and help the club to the Scottish Premier League by winning the First Division title.
A return south of the border followed, signing for Huddersfield Town and, once again, he would help the club to promotion. This time, via the play-offs, from League One to the Championship.
Woods would repeat that same feat at his next club, Preston North End, where he remained until January this year.
For the second half of the 2018-19 campaign, Woods played for Bradford City after signing a short-term deal until the end of the season.
After the addition of George Ray earlier this week, the Rovers rearguard is looking stronger.
Manager Micky Mellon has suggested that further signings are imminent, with the squad returning for pre-season training on Thursday, so watch this space.