Donegal Celtic's in-form midfielder Sean Cleary is to join Premiership rivals Crusaders next season.
The Crues have revealed that the 30-year-old former Cliftonville player has signed a pre-contract agreement and will join them in the summer.
Cleary, who scored a crucial goal for Donegal Celtic in Saturday's win over fellow strugglers Lisburn Distillery, has agreed a two-year deal at Seaview.
Crusaders boss Stephen Baxter said Cleary's experience would be a boost.
"We have maybe lacked that a bit this season," he said.
"I have admired Sean for some time now and he will bolster us."
Cleary was recently in the news when he got sent-off after taking his shirt off while celebrating a goal.
He had already been booked in the league game at Ballymena and was dismissed for getting a second yellow when his penalty earned a 2-2 away to Ballymena.