Socceroo Matthew Spiranovic has become the latest ex-Wanderers star to reunite with his former coach at Perth Glory.
The club fought off plenty of competition from the A-League and abroad to secure the services of the defender on a one-year deal.
Spiranovic enjoyed a highly successful couple of seasons in the A-League with Western Sydney under then-coach Tony Popovic.
The 29-year-old played a key role in taking the side to the Premiership in 2013 and la famous Asian Champions League triumph in 2014.
"I'm really happy to have signed with Perth Glory, it's great to be back in Australia playing football," Spiranovic said.
"It's fair to say Popovic has had a big influence on my decision to come to the club, he's a fantastic coach with a winning mentality.
"It's a new challenge, this club has a rich history and I'm going to help this team in any way I can to bring success back to Perth."
The elegant centre back played 35 times for the Socceroos and was a crucial member of the 2015 Asian Cup winning side under Ange Postecoglou.
Following 31 games for the Wanderers, he earned a lucrative transfer to Chinese Super League side Hangzhou Greentown where he made 49 appearances between 2015-17 before heading West to Perth Glory.
Football Director Jacob Burns said securing Spiranovic was a major coup for the club.
“Spiranovic brings a lot of class and composure to the side, he’s someone that is very comfortable on the ball and can play both in defence and midfield," Burns added.
“He has a fantastic pedigree having been involved with the Socceroos since 2008 and is another quality acquisition to the team.”