Bristol have confirmed that Australian international Luke Morahan will join them at the end of the season.
The 26-year-old, who can feature at full-back, on the wing or in the centres, has three caps for the Wallabies, the most recent of which came in the autumn against France.
Morahan is currently playing for Western Force in Super Rugby, having previously been part of the Reds' squad which won the title back in 2011.
He has now agreed to join Bristol for next season and says he is looking forward to the starting a new chapter in his career.
"I am excited about the opportunity to play in England, but also to be a part of the ambitious journey that Bristol Rugby is on," Morahan told the club's official website.
"I am confident that everything is in place at Bristol for us to be a successful club."
Despite being in danger of relegation from the Premiership this season, Bristol have already been busy in the transfer market as they look towards next term.
Props Sione Faletau and Jack Cosgrove were both added last week, while the experienced Pat Lam is also due to take over at Ashton Gate as coach.