West Ham United have announced that they have signed Patrice Evra on a free transfer.
Late last year, Evra was sacked by Marseille after kicking a supporter ahead of a fixture in the Europa League, with UEFA ruling that the left-back was suspended from European fixtures for the remainder of the season.
However, the 36-year-old remained eligible for domestic matches and that has led to Hammers boss David Moyes making a move for the former Manchester United man.
Moyes has previously worked with Evra during their time at Old Trafford, and the Scot has opted to give the player a contract until the end of the campaign.
West Ham currently have a number of players sidelined through injury, while left-sided player Arthir Masuaku is unavailable until the middle of March through suspension.