New Celtic defender Hatem Abd Elhamed believes he has found the perfect fit after agreeing his Parkhead switch.
Hoops boss Neil Lennon has moved to solve his right-back worries after signing the Israel international on a four-year deal.
The Hoops manager has been on the lookout for new options since the departures of full-backs Mikael Lustig and Jeremy Toljan this summer.
Lennon hopes the arrival of Abd Elhamed will provide the solution to his problem, and the 28-year-old believes the move will suit him just as well.
He told the club's official website: "It is an absolute honour to sign for this great club, one of the world's truly great football clubs, and I could not be happier.
"When you play football you want to climb to the top and be the best you can be, and I know that I have found the best place for me – a club that has a tradition of playing quick, attacking, exciting and successful football and I am delighted that I am going to be part of this.
"Celtic is my club now and I want to do all I can to continue to bring success to our supporters.
"I know the Celtic fans are the best around and I can't wait to meet them, to pull on the famous Celtic jersey and play in front of them. I will give everything to the club."
Lennon said: "We are really pleased to bring Hatem to Celtic, another player we think can make an important contribution to the club.
"He is a player with real attributes, he is strong and quick and I have been impressed with what I have seen of him. We look forward to welcoming him to Celtic and joining up with the squad."