Wolves have completed the signing of Swansea goalkeeper Dorus de Vries.
The 30-year-old moves to Molineux on a three-year contract following a four-year spell with the Swans.
De Vries made 49 appearances for the Liberty Stadium club last season, in which they ascended to the top flight via play-off.
“I’m really pleased and positive about the move,” De Vries told Wolves’ official site. “As soon as I got the call from Wolves I had a really good vibe about it and a positive feeling.
“I thought this would be the fresh step I need in terms of progressing. That’s all I look for as a player - to progress every year on and off the pitch both as a goalkeeper and as a person.
“Wolves are a club with all the fundamentals in place to grow and expectations are higher than at Swansea at this moment in time.”
The Dutchman joins fellow new signing Jamie O’Hara, who completed a five-year deal with Wolves yesterday.