Stephen Kingsley has found himself a new club, signing for Hearts following his departure from Hull City.
The left-back returns to Scottish football for the first time since 2014 after leaving Falkirk for Swansea City.
He had a frustrating 2019/20 season, making only a handful of appearances as Hull suffered relegation to League One.
Kinglsey has been looking for a club since the summer and had been training with former club Falkirk to keep fit.
He even played in bounce matches against Raith Rovers and somewhat ironically, Hearts.
But now he has a new home, rumours swirling over whether Robbie Neilson would make a contract offer to the former Hull man.
He has in the end and Kingsley joins the Jambos as they aim for a Premiership return.
Their competitive season kicks off tonight, Hearts hosting Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the opening match of the League Cup group stage proceedings.