It is one in, one out at Ross County with Cyprus international defender Stelios Demetriou arriving and captain Andrew Davies departing the club for Hartlepool United.
Demetriou, 27, was a free agent after leaving Championship winners St Mirren.
Demetriou, who made his debut for his country in a 3-0 defeat to Jordan last month, has signed a one-year deal with the Staggies and becomes the fourth new arrival alongside Callum Morris, Keith Watson and Josh Mullen at Victoria Park in the close season.
County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell said: “We are delighted to have signed Stelios. Steven Ferguson and I believe he will play a big part in the coming season largely due to his ability to play in a nmber of positions.
“Stelios played a number of games as St Mirren won the Championship last season which will give him a good understanding of the division and what it takes to be successful in it.”
As Demetriou arrives to bolster the defence club captain Davies has left the club after securing his release by mutual agreement.
The Englishman is keen to return to England for family and personal reasons and the central defender, who was in the final year of his contract, has had his request granted by the club and swapped one Victoria Park for another by joining the National League side.
Davies said: “I would like to thank everyone at Ross County for their endless support in the three years I have been at the club.
“What a fantastic three years it has been, to lead them to their first major trophy, and captain over 100 games for such a great club makes me very proud.
“I met some fantastic people, players and managers in my time at the club. I know you will all achieve great things in the future.
“I would also like to thank my family for their support, moving so far away to support me and my job, without them nothing is possible.
“I am now really looking forward to my new challenge at Hartlepool United, a club I supported and watched as a young boy.”
Pools manager Matthew Bates is delighted to have former team-mate Davies on board.
He said: “I played with Andrew at Middlesbrough and Bradford so know what quality he has and I know that’s he a leader for the dressing room too.”