GLASGOW have signed former Scotland centre Rob Dewey on a three-year deal from Magners League rivals Ulster.
Dewey, who has 13 caps to his name, joined the Ravenhill side back in 2005 from Edinburgh but has decided to return to Scotland
The 25-year-old is the Warriors' second signing for next season with Scotland scrum-half Chris Cusiter joining from Perpignan.
Dewey said: "Glasgow have been on the up for the last three seasons now and their win over Toulouse in France back in January really shows that they are a team to be reckoned with. It's too good an opportunity to miss out on.
"I also believe in the importance of being in Scotland, in front of the national coach, for getting myself back into contention for the national side."
Glasgow Warriors head coach, Sean Lineen, added: "I've always liked the way Rob plays. He has a very big physical presence."
Meanwhile, the Warriors are on the hunt for a new shirt sponsor after Flogas decided not to renew their current deal.
Flogas had been the club's main sponsor for the past three seasons.