Steven Davis has become the latest player to put the Rangers saga behind them by signing a three-year deal at Southampton.
The 27-year-old was captain of the beleaguered Scottish side but left after rejecting a transfer to the newco club. Davis follows the likes of Kyle Lafferty and Steven Whittaker out of the club and has joined newly-promoted Saints until 2015.
"I'm delighted to get everything done and dusted, and I'm looking forward to getting started," Davis told the club's official website, www.saintsfc.co.uk.
"There was quite a bit of interest in me from other clubs but, after speaking to the chairman and the manager, I saw the level of ambition the club has shown.
"They've had a lot of success over the past couple of years to get to this stage, and they don't want to stand still - they want to keep moving forward, and that was a big thing for me.
"Now I'm just looking forward to getting down, getting to know the boys and getting started."
The move marks Davis' return the Barclays Premier League, where he played for both Aston Villa and Fulham.
The central midfielder left the latter for Rangers in 2008 after an initial loan and went on to win the 2010 Scottish Players' Player of the Year and captain the Ibrox club.
Davis is now skipper of the Northern Ireland national team and Saints manager Nigel Adkins is delighted to have made a signing of his calibre.
"It's very good and I'm very pleased," he said. "Steven's an experienced player - a very talented football player who has played international football, captained his country, captained Rangers, and played in the Premier League, so he's at a good age and comes with a wealth of experience as well."