South Africa goalkeeper Darren Keet has joined Belgian top-flight club Kortrijk.
The 21-year-old signed a four-deal from local side Bidvest Wits on Monday.
The U23 international landed the contract following impressive performances for both club and country.
"Darren Keet, the 21-year-old South African keeper has joined our team from South African club Bidvest Wits," Kortrijk said in a statement.
"Darren joins Kortrijk on a four-year contract."
His South African club confirmed his exit in a deal worth US$300,000.
"The deal is signed and sealed and Darren will play for Kortrijk next season," Wits co-director George Mogotsi said.
Keet becomes the second African signed by Kortrijk ahead of the new season in Belgium.
This comes after they sealed the singing of Senegalese midfielder Ismaila N'Diaye.
The 23-year-old midfielder joined the Belgian club from French club Caen.