Brentford have made their second signing of the summer after bringing in goalkeeper Luke Daniels on a free transfer.
The 29-year-old will link up with the Bees at the start of pre-season training after Scunthorpe agreed to allow him to move early.
Head coach Dean Smith said: "We have been looking to provide competition in all areas of the pitch and the signing of Luke will certainly give us this in the goalkeeper department.
“I have followed his career since his early days at West Brom and his signing – with having Dan Bentley and Jack Bonham on the books – will give us one of the strongest goalkeeper departments in the league.
“Along with the up and coming Ellery Balcombe, the Club should be very strong in this area for years to come.”
GetWestLondon take a look at Brentford's new signing.
Who is Luke Daniels?
Daniels is a 29-year-old goalkeeper who has spent the best part of his career on the books at West Bromwich Albion.
He joined the Baggies from Manchester United in 2004 and only left The Hawthorns in 2015 to join Scunthorpe, where he has spent the past two seasons.
He had several loan spells during his career including Motherwell, Shrewsbury, Tranmere, Charlton, Rochdale, Bristol Rovers and Southend United.
He was part of a goalkeeping department with current Bees number one Dan Bentley during his time at Roots Hall.
Daniels was the Iron's number one stopper for the past two seasons and was on the losing side in the play-off semi finals to Millwall.
Haven't we met before?
Daniels has lined up against Brentford twice before in his career. He was in goal for Tranmere in Rovers' 1-0 win over the Bees in December 2009. Arsenal's Wojciech Szczesny was between the sticks for Andy Scott's side.
However, his first encounter with the west Londoners came with Shrewsbury in January 2009. Jordan Rhodes bagged a perfect hat-trick to send the Bees on their way to a 3-1 win. Ben Hamer, now at Leicester City, was in goal for Brentford.
In an ironic twist, both of those goalkeepers went on to play in the Champions League later in their careers. Szczesny representing Arsenal and Hamer featured for last season's Premier League winners Leicester City.
Any surprising facts?
Daniels moved to Scunthorpe in 2015 after both of the Iron's goalkeepers suffered broken arm in the same game against Bristol City with West Brom receiving an undisclosed fee.