Former Ghana striker Peter Ofori Quaye has signed a one-year deal with newly-promoted Premier League side Bechem United, MTNFootball.com can exclusively reveal.
The 31-year-old joins as a free agent and last played for AEL Limassol in the Cypriot top flight.
Ofori Quaye, who played for some of Europe's top sides including Olympiakos of Greece, has returned home to continue his trade.
In October last year, he came close to signing for giants Hearts of Oak but the move fell through.
"Peter has been a good friend and I spoke about playing in the local league and his response was great so I worked out this deal for him," Fifa agent Oliver Arthur told MTNFootball.com
"He loves this club and I can he will be among the headline makers when the league begins this weekend.
"He is dedicated and has promised to at his best when given the opportunity. He is a big plus for this club."
Ofori Quaye will join his new teammates at their camping base on Thursday.
The club have already begun processing for his International Transfer Certificate to secure his service for the opening weekend of the league.
Bechem United make their debut against New Edubiase United at the Baba Yara Stadium on 9 October.