Veteran forward Scott McDonald appears to have finalised his switch to Brisbane Roar after an unhappy stint with Western United.
The 36-year-old joined United's key signings ahead of their maiden A-League campaign, but scored one goal in only nine appearances.
The ex-Celtic and Motherwell striker has secured an 18-month deal with the Roar, according to a report in Scotland's Daily Record.
McDonald told the paper the opportunity to work with Roar coach Robbie Fowler - the ex-Liverpool and England striker - was too good to pass up.
"When Robbie offered me this opportunity there was simply no way I could turn it down," McDonald told the Daily Record.
"You don't get the chance to work with someone of his status every day - never mind when you're already 36.
"I may be coming towards the end of my career but you are never too old to learn in this game and I can't wait to start working with him."
A prolific striker at club level, McDonald made 26 appearances for the Socceroos but failed to find the back of the net for Australia.
Fowler simply said "not yet, no" when asked on Friday if there was any news about McDonald's move to the Roar.
But he has previously admitted interest if McDonald became available.
McDonald would be the second new face at the Roar, after defender Corey Brown's returned to the club he left in 2018 following his release from Melbourne Victory on Friday.
The Roar host Wellington Phoenix at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday.