Dundee have bolstered their goalkeeper department with the signing of Adam Legzdins following his exit from Burnley.
An experienced stopper, the former Burnley man arrives at Dens Park to help push Calum Ferrie and Jack Hamilton for the number one spot in James McPake’s team.
A Birmingham City youth academy product, the 33-year-old had several loan spells away from his first club on top of his 21 senior appearances at St Andrews over two spells.
He joined Crewe following the first stint in 2008 followed by a move to Burton Albion two years later. Form with the Brewers earned him a move to Derby County before a Leyton Orient spell and return to Birmingham City.
Legzdins has spent the last three seasons as a back-up at Burnley, failing to make an appearance. His last display at senior level came in 2017, featuring from the bench for Birmingham in a 2-0 defeat to Burton.
McPake’s side are currently sixth in the Championship after four matches, winning once, losing once and drawing twice. Their next match is in the League Cup against Hibs on Sunday.