Port Vale have confirmed the signing of experienced former Wycombe Wanderers goalkeeper Scott Brown.
The 33 year-old helped Wycombe to promotion last season and has agree a two-year deal with the Valiants.
Brown has made over 400 career appearances.
Vale also have youngster Sam Hornby and transfer-listed Rob Lainton as goalkeeping alternatives.
A club statement said:
Port Vale Football Club are pleased to announce that goalkeeper, Scott Brown, has agreed join the club when his current contract at Wycombe Wanderers expires next month.
The 33 year old who made 51 appearances for newly promoted side Wycombe last season, has committed to a two year deal with the Vale.
The Wolverhampton born goalkeeper first started his career at Cheltenham Town, making over 200 appearances in his 10 year period at the club. He has since gone onto play for Aberdeen, Eastleigh and Wycombe making over 350 league appearances in a decorative career.