Edinburgh Rugby continue to plan for next season after capturing back Mike Penn.
The 22-year-old Englishman joins up at Murrayfield from Worcester Warriors on a one year contract.
Penn has play at wing or full back and will push Tom Brown, Lee Jones and Tim Visser for a starting slot.
Edinburgh head coach Michael Bradley said Penn was a talented young player with a lot of potential.
Bradley said: "He's an ambitious young man and arrives knowing that he has to work hard and have a big year to secure a longer term.
"That kind of pressure can bring the best out of players, particularly when competition for places in our back-three is increasingly fierce."
Penn checked into Murrayfield for a fitness test last month and revealed the visit to the ground and the buzz at the club sealed the deal.
He said the training facilities and coaching staff have him excited about his prospects in red and black.
Penn said: "Edinburgh Rugby have been one of Europe's top sides this season so I'm really looking forward to getting in there, working hard as part of a quality squad and proving myself.
"I couldn't ask for much more really. The type of rugby they play really suits me, that's my type of game.
"I like to play the ball and avoid contact using my pace, I can't wait to show it on the big pitch at Murrayfield."