Goalkeeper Richard Wright has agreed a one-year contract extension with Manchester City.
The 35-year-old signed from Preston last year, but did not make a first-team appearance during Roberto Mancini's final season.
Although he did feature during City's post-season tour, the experienced shot-stopper is expected to be Manuel Pellegrini club's third-choice behind Joe Hart and Costel Pantilimon.
Wright began his career at Ipswich 18 years ago and went on to make over 230 first-team appearances before joining Arsenal in 2001.
The highly-rated 19-year-old scored 18 times in 33 matches for the Catalan's B side last season and made a handful of substitute appearances for the senior side, resulting in him earning a long-term contract this summer.
Roberto Martinez has moved quickly to secure the teenager's services, making his fourth signing in three days after bring former Wigan players Arouna Kone and Antolin Alcaraz and Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Joel Robles, who was also at the DW S...