Rangers have confirmed on their official website that Polish goalkeeper Maciej Gostomski has signed a six-month contract with the club.
Gostomski, 27, was recently on the books at Polish side Lech Poznan, but left the club at the end of his contract just days ago on the 31st of December.
The giant 6ft 5in shot stopper also had a trial at Rangers in December, with manager Mark Warburton considering a move to bring him in permanently.
Now, Rangers have confirmed on their official website that Gostomski has signed a six-month contract at Ibrox, penning a permanent deal with the club.
"This is a great opportunity for me and with my experience I think I can bring something to Rangers," said Gostomski. "They are a huge club with a great history and I am delighted to be here."
Whilst Gostomski is unlikely to supplant Wes Foderingham as Rangers' first choice goalkeeper, he could jump above Cammy Bell as second choice, with Bell's future looking bleak ahead of his contract expiring in the summer.
Gostomski's deal follows hot on the heels of Harry Forrester's move to Rangers, meaning Warburton has already brought in two new faces.
Rangers are doing their business quickly, and both players could feature in the Scottish Cup tie against Cowdenbeath at Ibrox next weekend.