Worcester have announced the signing of Fiji international second-row Tevita Cavubati, who will join the Premiership club after the World Cup.
The 28-year-old, who has eight international caps for Fiji including one try, has been named among the replacements to face England at Twickenham on Friday.
The 6ft 7in lock formerly played for New Zealand side Tasman Makos in the ITM Cup alongside Warriors' new signing Bryce Heem and centre Andy Symons – before making the switch to Wales to play for the Ospreys last season.
"I'm really excited to be joining Dean Ryan's squad and a very competitive Warriors side back in the Premiership," said please second-row Cavubati.
"It will be great to follow up the high-level intensity of the Rugby World Cup and to move straight into a Warriors team with a passionate fan base.
"I can't wait to meet everyone at the club after the World Cup."
Director of rugby Ryan said: "Tevita will provide international experience and physicality in a key area.
"His time playing at the top level will only be beneficial to our young squad as we embark on our Aviva Premiership challenge.
"We're looking forward to seeing him test himself against the world's best over the next few weeks and wish him all the best at the World Cup."