Fleetwood Town are pleased to confirm the signing of experienced winger Ross Wallace.
The 33-year-old joins following a successful trial period, after leaving Sky Bet Championship side Sheffield Wednesday in the summer, with the winger making over 100 appearances in three seasons for The Owls.
A former Scotland international, Wallace has enjoyed spells at Celtic, Sunderland, Preston North End and Burnley, with Wallace accumulating over 400 career appearances in the process.
Upon completion of the deal, head coach Joey Barton said: “We are delighted to bring a player of Ross’ quality into our squad.
“He has been with us for the last couple of weeks, and we are pleased to have fought off competition from numerous other clubs to secure his signature.”
Ross will wear the number 23 shirt whilst at Highbury, and is available for Saturday’s game at Southend United, subject to EFL clearance.
Watch Ross' first interview as a Fleetwood Town player here.