The Western Sydney Wanderers' new Spanish influence continues to blossom with the A-League club's signing of central defender Alberto Aguilar.
A veteran of 285 senior La Liga and Segunda division appearances, 31-year-old Aguilar is the Wanderers' fourth Spanish signing of the off-season, joining countrymen Andreu and Dimas, as well as new assistant coach Andres Carrasco.
Starting 11 seasons ago in Malaga before stints at Getafe, Albacete and Cordoba, he finished his time in Spain last season with 29 appearances for Ponferradina.
Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas said that the quality of players filling the foreign quota for the club this season should add to the fans' anticipation for the 2015-16 season.
"Alberto is a fine defender, has had a very good career in Spain and like Dimas and Andreu will join the Wanderers with a new challenge in front of him which I am sure he will embrace," said Tsatsimas.