Luke Varney has linked up with his new Leeds teammates for the first time ahead of the new season.
The former Portsmouth striker agreed a two-year deal earlier this week and has joined the club's summer training camp in Cornwall.
Varney, 29, has scored 68 goals in 288 career appearances, including six goals in 28 starts for Pompey last season.
"I'm delighted it's all complete. Once I'd spoken with the manager I couldn't wait. This is a club I have always wanted to play for," he told the club's official website.
"I know some of the lads here - those that I didn't know have been really welcoming - and it's a great recipe to come here.
"And you see the training ground and the support, hopefully we will have a good season.
"It was good to be training with the lads and it helps you bed in.
"I'm looking forward to the friendlies and having a run out."