South African defender Kgosi Nthle has joined English League Two side Barrow AFC on a permanent deal from Scunthorpe United.
David Dunn has strengthened his squad ahead of the weekend with the signing of the versatile defender on a permanent deal.
The 26-year-old spent last season with Scunthorpe United, but has now become a Bluebird after putting pen to paper on a deal at Barrow on Thursday afternoon.
Ntlhe began his journey with Peterborough United before turning professional with the club in 2011 and going on to make his senior debut in 2012.
The left back went on to make almost 100 appearances in all competitions for the club before moving on to Stevenage where he spent the 2016/17 season playing as a regular in League Two.
Comfortable in all positions at the back except right back Ntlhe then spent two seasons with Rochdale before his move to Scunthorpe last season in League Two where he went on to make 18 senior first team appearances.
He has been handed squad number 23 and will go straight in to contention for a competitive debut in the First Round of the Carabao Cup at Derby County this weekend.
By Prince Sobayeni