The Western Sydney Wanderers have landed their first foreign players, signing Croatian duo Dino Kresinger and Mateo Poljak.
Experienced striker Kresinger, 30, had been linked with the A-League's newest club for some weeks and joins from Prva HNL outfit HNK Cibalia, and arrived in Australia on Friday.
He scored five goals in 23 top-flight games last campaign, having spent his entire 11-season senior career in his homeland.
Dinamo Zagreb product Poljak arrives from fellow Croatian top-flight club Lokomotiva, where he has spent the last four seasons on-loan.
Like Kresinger, the 22-year-old midfielder is a former Croatia youth international. Arriving in Australia on Monday, he made 24 league appearances in the 2011-12 season and scored twice.
"It's great to have the guys here, they are two guys that we have monitored for a while," Wanderers coach Tony Popovic said via club statement, with his squad now swelled to 15 names.
"Dino is someone that is the ultimate professional, he's been in the game for a long time and wants to do well in Australia.
"Mateo is very technical and he has high aspirations to perform well in Australia, he sees this as a great challenge for him to have and be out of his comfort zone is something that he is looking forward to."