Danny Wallace has made the switch from Warrenpoint Town to Glenavon on a three-year deal.
The 26-year-old arrives at Mourneview Park after spending four years at Milltown. In the season just finished the defender was an almost ever present, making 36 appearances.
Prior to that he was on Linfield's books for a couple of years, which also included loan spells at Ballymena United and Carrick Rangers.
Glenavon boss Gary Hamilton was delighted to get his man, his fourth acquisition in recent days following the arrivals of Andy Waterworth, Mark Haughey and Mark Stafford.
"If I wasn’t to get anyone else in, bar a goalkeeper, I’d be delighted with the window that we’ve had," he told the official club website.
"I think this is the best window we have had in my nearly 10 years as manager of the club. It’s the most excited I’ve been about the calibre of player that I’ve brought in.
"Danny is the latest one to come on board. He’s got better and better as the years have gone on and in the last few years I believe he has been one of the best centre halves in the league."