Tony Bullock has agreed to join Third Division champions Livingston for the new season after putting the finishing touches to a pre-contract agreement today.
Bullock finalised the agreement following confirmation of his release from Dundee, for whom he made 25 appearances in their failed bid for promotion to the SPL this season.
The 38-year old keeper will bring a wealth of experience to Livingston, having enjoyed a lengthy career north and south of the border including spells with Barnsley, Macclesfield Town, Ross County, Dundee United and St Mirren.
Well known to Gary Bollan and Scott Paterson, Tony will sign a two year contract with Livi and in addition to assisting on the first team assault on the Second Division, he will also take a role in coaching within the club's highly successful youth development system.
Livingston chief executive Ged Nixon said: "We're delighted to have secured Tony's services for next season and the one after."
"He's an excellent last line of defence who will add considerable expertise and experience to the exciting young squad we have at the club."