Liam Kelly has returned to Motherwell.
The goalkeeper, who spent the second half of the 2020/21 campaign on loan at the club, joins on a permanent basis from Queen’s Park Rangers on a three-year deal.
“It’s brilliant to have Liam back with us and even better that he’s now our player,” manager Graham Alexander said of the signing.
“It’s been a long process but the board have been great with their patience and backing as we worked to get this deal done.
“We all saw Liam’s qualities first-hand last season, and I know how much he enjoyed his time with us previously.
“His ability, professionalism and drive will improve us again. Everyone is delighted to see him back in a Motherwell shirt.”
Voted players’ player of the year for his contribution last season, the Scotland international squad member kept seven clean sheets from 21 appearances.
Starting his career at Rangers, an early loan spell at East Fife then led to time with Livingston, where his form in their first season back in the Premiership earned him international recognition and a move to England.
Kelly will take the number one jersey at the club and will begin training with his teammates again on Tuesday. His move remains pending international clearance.