Following his trial at Wolverhampton Wanderers last week, Tomasz Kuszczak has signed a short-term contract at Molinuex.
The 32-year-old Polish goalkeeper has been a free agent since the end of last season when he was released by Championship outfit Brighton & Hove Albion.
He has made 11 appearances for Poland as well as almost 200 senior appearances for Hertha Berlin, West Brom, Manchester United and Brighton.
Despite not being a regular for Manchester United he has three Premier League winners medals, two Capital One Cup medals, three Community shield medals and he has also lifted both the UEFA Champions League and FIFA Club World Cup.
Wolves Head Coach Kenny Jackett was keen to wrap up a deal to sign him as cover for Carl Ikeme due to the injury suffered by Aaron McCarey.
That is reflected in the length of the deal that only runs until January.
“I`m very pleased, I think it`s a big club. Definitely a club that deserves to be in the Premier League and I want to be a part of this club.’ Kuszczak told Wolves Official Website.
He continued: “I tried to find a place for myself in football for the last couple of months. I`ve been training with several clubs and waiting for the right call. Wolves came and decided to sign a contract here and I`m glad about that.
“Wolves are doing really well in the Championship but there`s still a lot of difficult games ahead of us. I want to be part of something positive and I find positive things here.’
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