Bradford City manager Stuart McCall has ended his search for a new goalkeeper by snapping up the former Millwall shot-stopper Rhys Evans.
The 26-year-old has penned a one-year contract with the Bantams after impressing during pre-season.
McCall said of his eighth summer signing: "I wanted a more experienced keeper who had played a bit and Rhys has the advantage of being here before.
"I was a bit surprised he wasn't offered anything by Millwall after playing regularly last season.
"But I spoke to their manager and the goalkeeping coach and both recommended him to us."
Former Swindon Town keeper Evans featured in four games for City during a brief loan spell at Valley Parade last term.