Nicky Law has posted a message of thanks to Glasgow Rangers supporters after signing for Bradford City on Wednesday.
Law, who spent three seasons at Ibrox, was released this summer upon the Gers' return to the top flight of Scottish football.
And the 28-year-old's destination will come as little surprise following the appointment of former Rangers boss Stuart McCall at Valley Parade.
This will be the fourth time the pair have worked together as player and manager, after spells at Motherwell, Rangers and Bradford previously.
And they were also teammates at Sheffield United when McCall was reaching the end of his career.
"Delighted to be back at @officialbantams and part of an exciting time for us hopefully!," Law wrote on Twitter.
Rangers, who've undergone significant cosmetic work since allowing Law to leave - bringing in seven new faces and counting, later replied to the Englishman's tweet with a message of good luck.
Law appeared 26 times for Mark Warburton's side last season, though the signings of Joey Barton, Jordan Rossiter, Josh Windass and Matt Crooks would have no doubt limited his opportunities in the centre of the park.
Defender Clint Hill, playmaker Nico Kranjcar and goalkeeper Matt Gilks have also arrived at Ibrox this summer.
Gilks (L) is the latest player to arrive at Ibrox