The Lithuanian international has been without a club since August.
The Lithuanian defender first headed to the UK with a move to Hearts, where he excelled in Scottish football.
The centre-back then joined up with Leeds in 2013 where he first impressed under Brian McDermott. However his form dramatically dipped and Leeds released him in June 2014.
He headed back to Scotland, joining Rangers in July 2014 and continued to be a regular in the Lithuania national team and put in some good performances at the club.
However his British adventure was seemingly ended when Rangers released him in August 2015.
Since then the former Rangers and Leeds player has not had a club - until today.
After six months without a club the 32-year-old finally has new employment - joining Zalgiris in his homeland - as revealed on their Twitter account:
Now the former Leeds and Rangers man will need to prove that his six months out of the game have not diluted his talents - as he could prove a real hit back in his own backyard.