Former Coventry City defender Richard Keogh has signed for MK Dons.
The 33-year-old has joined the League One club as a free agent
Keogh had been looking for a club since he was sacked by Derby County in October on the grounds of gross misconduct after he was involved in a car crash which resulted in team-mates Tom Lawrence and Mason Bennett being convicted of drink-driving.
The Republic of Ireland international suffered a serious knee injury in the incident, which he is still in the process of recovering from.
He lost an appeal against his sacking and has since taken the matter to the EFL.
Keogh played more than 350 times for Derby and was twice named player of the year in his seven years at the club.
He made 91 league appearances for Coventry over three seasons after joining from Carlisle United.
During that time he became a firm favourite amongst City fans and fought valiantly during his final season as the club battled the threat of relegation.
But ultimately, in his final game in Sky Blues, City went down with a 2-0 defeat at the Ricoh Arena against Doncaster Rovers.