Perth Glory have announced they've secured the services of Hungarian international Krisztian Vadocz for the remainder of the season.
The 30-year-old completed his medical examination on Saturday and has been brought in as an injury replacement.
Vadocz (VAH-docks) has played across Europe, including time in France, the Netherlands, Scotland and La Liga in Spain. He most recently played with Spanish side Deportivo Alaves.
He is an accomplished midfielder and joins his compatriot and Glory star Gyorgy Sandor.
Vadocz has played for Hungary 39 times scoring twice for his country.
He is the fifth addition to the Glory squad during the tranfser window period, following the signings of Andy Keogh, Adam Taggart, Shane Lowry and Kosta Petratos.
Vadocz is expected to join his teammates at training on Monday and could be available for selection next Sunday against Wellington Phoenix.