Rangers have signed Lithuania striker Andrius Velicka from Norwegian side Viking Stavanger for £1m.
The 29-year-old spent 18 months with SPL club Hearts before moving to Viking in January.
Velicka admitted he had always dreamed of playing for Ranger.
“I have known this club from when I was a kid,” Velicka said. “I was always interested in this club. It’s a dream come true.
“Nine years ago when I came to Ibrox, it was the first time I had seen a stadium like that in my life.
“I couldn’t forget that and when I came for the second time it was still amazing. Now it will be my home pitch.”
Velicka has flown to Rangers’ training base in Holland, where manager Walter Smith will assess his fitness.
“We will see how he is. He didn’t play in the last couple of games for Viking but that might be that they were making sure he didn’t suffer any knocks before coming to join us,” Smith said.
“We will let him get involved in training this week and then make a decision on whether we use him in the remaining matches here.”