Birmingham City have completed the signing of Senegal international and former Angers captain Cheikh N'Doye on a two-year deal.
The 31-year-old midfielder had been an impressive performer for the Ligue 1 club, netting six goals and registering six assists in 31 league appearances last season.
He was also responsible for Angers reaching the French Cup final, where they were beaten by Paris Saint-Germain.
However, Ndoye became a free agent having refused the French side's offer of a new deal this summer and letting his contract run down.
Ndoye trained with Birmingham at their Austria camp on Thursday evening after passing a medical and it has now been confirmed that he has subsequently completed a move to St Andrew's.
He becomes Blues boss Harry Redknapp's fourth summer signing, joining David Stockdale, Marc Roberts and Craig Gardner in committing to the club.