PROP Ryan Grant has agreed a cross-country switch from Edinburgh to Glasgow, much to the delight of Warriors boss Sean Lineen.
The Scotland A cap agreed a two-year deal at Firhill this week after spending the last three years in the Capital.
And he will be joined in Glasgow by lock Robert Harley and scrum-half Henry Pyrgos, who also penned two-year-deals this week.
Scrum-half Henry Pyrgos, 20, arrives from Loughborough University, while lock Robert Harley, 19, steps up from Scotland's National Academy.
Speaking about Grant, 24, Lineen said: "The way Ryan plays really suits Glasgow and he'll certainly get game-time here.
"He'll add quality to the front-row which is a crucial area for us because he's a big lad but he's also very mobile."
Meanwhile departing stand-off Dan Parks has capped an impressive season by being named Glasgow Warriors' players' player of the year.
The 31-year-old, who will join Cardiff next season, was also awarded player of the season by the Scottish Rugby Writers' Club.
Parks steered the Warriors to their highest ever finish in the Magners League became the first player to top 1000 points in the Magners League and also surpassed 1500 points for Warriors - another record.
He said: "I am delighted to receive such an award and it is humbling to have received it ahead of so many other cracking players that have stood out this year.
"I am sad to be leaving the Warriors, having loved every minute of my seven years, and I wish the team all the best for the future."
Hefin O'Hare won the try of the season award, while Jon Welsh was named breakthrough player of the year.