Middlesbrough have announced the signing of Republic of Ireland international Darren Randolph on a four-year deal.
The Teessiders, who dropped back into the Championship following a solitary campaign in the Premier league, paid £5m in order to complete the deal, and will hope that the goalkeeper's contributions could help them get back up into the top flight.
A statement on their official website reads: "Boro have sealed the signing of Republic of Ireland international goalkeeper Darren Randolph.
"The 30-year-old arrives from West Ham United in a £5m transfer, and signs a four-year contract.Randolph was at Rockliffe Park early on Saturday morning to complete a medical and agree personal terms."
Randolph, 30, immediately stated his intentions regarding promotion, as well as expressing his delight at the move.
“Arriving here and see the facilities, it’s definitely a Premier League club. I want to come here and get the club back to where it belongs and be part of something special.”