Dunfermline have signed striker Andrew Barrowman on a two-year contract.
The 26-year-old joins the Pars as a free agent from Ross County, having scored five goals in the First Division last season.
"He is a big boy, good in the air and a bit different from what we have in attacking options," Dunfermline boss Jim McIntyre told the club website.
"We felt we needed a target man to compliment the types of strikers we have at the club."
Barrowman has had spells in the Scottish Premier League before, with Kilmarnock and Inverness, but failed to make much of an impression.
His most productive period came with Ross County in season 2007-08, when his 29 goals helped the Staggies win Division Two.
He returned to the Dingwall club in early 2010 after his frustrating time at Inverness.