Brighton have signed defender Liam Rosenior on a three-year deal.
Rosenior, 30, was released by relegated Hull City at the end of the season after a five-year spell with the club.
The former England Under-21 international has also played for Fulham, Reading and Bristol City.
"He's a terrific professional, has a wealth of experience and showed a great desire to join us despite some attractive options elsewhere," Seagulls boss Chris Hughton said.
"He's played a lot of games in the Premier League, is an extremely versatile defender and can play at left or right full-back," he added.
Rosenior is the son of BBC football pundit Leroy Rosenior and played under his father in a loan spell at Torquay while at Fulham.