Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert is keen to add more new faces to his squad after completing the signing of the former West Ham defender James Collins.
The 35-year-old Welshman has signed a deal with the Championship's bottom club until the end of the season.
Collins made 69 league appearances for Cardiff City before joining the Hammers in 2005. He moved on to Aston Villa for £5million four years later before returning to West Ham in 2012.
Collins, who won 51 caps for Wales, was released by the east London side at the end of last season.
"James has a great presence about him and that can be huge for us," said Lambert. "He has played at the highest level and his experience will be vital. We're delighted to have him here."
Lambert has signed four other players - Callum Elder, Will Keane, Collin Quaner and Simon Dawkins - this month as he tries to steer Town out of the relegation zone.
He still hopes to bring in further signings though, adding: "We'll try and do something but we can't keep flooding the place with loans, because you can only have five in the matchday squad.
"That's where the loan system falls down because you then have to manage them, which is difficult in itself."
Ipswich, 1/200 to be relegated this season, are 29/20 to beat Rotherham United at Portman Road on Saturday.
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