Wolverhampton Wanderers have signed Tomasz Kuszczak today after he put pen to paper on a contract until the end of the year.
Kuszczak has been a free agent since being released by Brighton and Hove Albion this summer and it seems that Kenny Jackett felt that he would be a good value signing.
The Polish stopper, who has also represented the likes of Manchester United and West Bromwich Albion during his career in England, had been on trial at Wolves and has obviously done enough to impress.
He is likely to come into the Wolves team as back-up for Carl Ikeme, who is the current first choice stopper at the club.
Ikeme has been in fine form over the past few seasons for Wolves and dislodging him in the goal will a tough task, but Kuszczak will be hoping to do so.
Jackett may be aiming to push Ikeme's performance on to the next level by bringing in the 32-year-old, as the increased competition should put more pressure on his current number one to maintain his high standards.
It is a signing which has pleased the Wolves support, who are happy to add even more quality added to their squad.
Here is the best reaction to Kuszczak's signing on Twitter.
Happy with the Tomasz Kuszczak signing will provide good cover for Carl and isn't a bad option to have as a second choice goalkeeper! #wwfc— Zach Preston (@zachpreston23) November 3, 2014
Welcome to Wolves, Thomasz Kuszczak! Never thought I'd say that! #WWFC— Jake Aaron Williams (@JakeA_Williams) November 3, 2014
Regardless of any previous connections to West Brom, Tomasz Kuszczak is a very good signing #wwfc— Liam Harris (@fakeliamharris) November 3, 2014
Tomasz Kuszczak only adds to what is by far the best goalkeeping department outside the Prem, and indeed better than most Prem teams too!— Robert Kostur (@Robbo_WWFC) November 3, 2014
Kuszczak in then. Assuming he wont start but an excellent back up to have— Harry McCrea (@harrymccrea54) November 3, 2014
So Tomasz Kuszczak is going to sign to the end of the season? He would be a great back up to Carl Ikeme #WWFC— Kevin Astley (@kevtheman10) November 3, 2014
I still feel Kuszczak could've been a very solid Prem keeper from 2007-2012, when he sat on the bench (mostly) for Man U. Good keeper!— Peter Z. (@PolishCDN) November 3, 2014