Coventry City have secured their fifth signing of the summer after Colin Cameron left Wolverhampton Wanderers to link up with Micky Adams' revolution on a one-year deal.
The 33-year-old former Scotland international has an option of a further season in the summer after deciding to make a short journey down the M6. It is a further indication of Coventry's ambitions.
Adams said: "Colin's experience speaks for itself and that is something that will be vital to us as we look to progress on last season's finish of eighth.
"He has been a great player for Wolves and there was a lot of interest in him so for us to have got him here at the Ricoh shows our ambition."
Cameron arrived at Molineux from Hearts in August 2001 for £1.75 million. He made 188 appearances for Wolves and played an integral part in their promotion season of 2002/2003 but he was used sparingly by Glenn Hoddle last season.
Coventry completed their second signing of the day and their sixth of the summer when Andy Marshall solved their goalkeeping dilemma.
With Marton Fulop looking unlikely to return to the Ricoh Arena, Coventry were without a first choice goalkeeper.
However, Micky Adams has moved to address the problem with the arrival of former Wolves, Norwich and Millwall keeper Marshall.
Francis Jeffers, the 25-year-old striker is training with the Sky Blues.