Rotherham United have wrapped up the signing of forward Kevin Ellison from relegated Chester City.
The 30-year-old has signed a two-year contract with the Millers, having been allowed to leave the Blues following their drop out of the Football League.
Ellison told his new club's official website: "When I came down and met with Mark Robins he showed me around and I was very impressed with the set-up.
"When I spoke to him the first thing he said to me was he wants promotion, that is something you want to hear when you sign for a club."
Ellison had spent two spells with Chester, having also played for Tranmere Roves, Hull City, Lincoln City and Stockport County.
Ellison's arrival comes hot on the heels of Nick Fenton and Dale Tonge agreeing new two-year contracts with the Millers.