West Brom have completed the £3.25million signing of England international Scott Carson from Liverpool.
The 22-year-old goalkeeper, who played in 35 Barclays Premier League games for Aston Villa last season, has put pen to paper on a four-year-deal.
The club also have the option of adding another year to the deal.
West Brom's newly-promoted rivals Stoke on Thursdsay ruled themselves out of the running for Carson - who could cost the club £3.75million depending on performance-related criteria.
His arrival takes the Baggies' summer spending on transfers to an initial £13.75million after the signings of Roman Bednar, Luke Moore, Do-heon Kim, Graham Dorrans, Gianni Zuiverloon and Marek Cech.
Carson stands second in the all-time list of England under-21 appearance-makers with 29 to his name and was part of the team that reached the 2007 European Championships semi-finals.
Then England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson named him in his 2006 World Cup squad and he made two 'B' international appearances for his country before being handed his senior debut in a 1-0 friendly win over Austria in November.
Five days later, with regular number one Paul Robinson out of form, he was thrown in at the deep end in a make-or-break Euro 2008 qualifier against Croatia - but his competitive debut ended in misery as England slumped to a 3-2 defeat.
The 6ft 3in stopper joined Leeds as a trainee in September 2002 after being spotted playing for non-league Workington in the FA Youth Cup.