New Leeds United signing Paddy Kenny says he is looking forward to the challenge ahead after joining up with manager Neil Warnock for a fourth time.
Kenny put pen to paper on a three-year deal at Elland Road and he said once he knew of Leeds interest he could not wait to join the club.
Kenny said, "I am delighted it has been done. It is a massive club and I am excited about the challenge ahead.
"He only called me a few days ago. It has been rumoured for a while. Once I spoke to him and he told me about the club there was only one place I wanted to come to.
"It is the fourth time he has signed me I think he knows what he gets from me and I know what I will get from him.
"Once I knew I had the opportunity to come here, I could not wait to come. I hope that I can do what I did at QPR and help this club to get back where they belong.
Since turning professional in 1998, Kenny has spent most of his career with Warnock at Bury, Sheffield United and Queens Park Rangers.
Kenny was one of Warnock`s first signings when he took over as Bury manager in June 1998.
The 34 year old played in all but five of Queens Park Rangers Premier League games last season, as the club avoided a quick return to the championship, winning three of their last six games with Kenny keeping clean sheets in the three wins.
Kenny has now played over 500 times in his professional career, including seven times for Republic of Ireland between 2004-2007.