Rangers and Northern Ireland captain Steven Davis has joined Southampton on a three-year deal, the club announced on Friday evening.
Davis, 27, was able to move as a free agent, after turning down a transfer to the Charles Green newco club following the liquidation of Rangers last month.
Southampton have moved quickly to snap-up the former Aston Villa player, who in 2010 was voted Scottish Players' Player of the Year for his efforts at Ibrox.
Davis told the club's official website: "I'm delighted to get everything done and dusted, and I'm looking forward to getting started. There was quite a bit of interest in me from other clubs but, after speaking to the chairman and the manager, I saw the level of ambition the Club has shown.
"They've had a lot of success over the past couple of years to get to this stage, and they don't want to stand still - they want to keep moving forward, and that was a big thing for me. Now I'm just looking forward to getting down, getting to know the boys and getting started."
Saints manager Nigel Adkins added: "It's very good and I'm very pleased. Obviously the work the club has gone and done to make it happen is really promising for the future.
"Steven's an experienced player - a very talented football player who has played international football, captained his country, captained Rangers, and played in the Premier League, so he's at a good age and comes with a wealth of experience as well. We work very hard behind the scenes and we're delighted that the football club has managed to secure his services."