Ross County have signed former Rangers and Aberdeen full-back Richard Foster on a two-year deal.
Foster was part of the Rangers side which failed to achieve promotion to the Scottish Premiership last season and was released this summer.
The 29-year-old made over 50 appearances for the Light Blues since joining the club from Bristol City in 2013.
And he admits that his exit has left a sour taste in the mouth.
“The way it finished at Rangers …I’m still yet to have a phone call, a letter or any correspondence from the club,” Foster revealed. “And I think all the players that left are in the same boat,” he told STV.
“Personally, I don’t think that’s the way you do business.
“Also, the chairman coming out and having a go at the players that left although he’s probably only seen us play a couple of times. I would make no comment on him as a businessman because I don’t know him.
“It’s just a shame that he felt he had to make a comment on us.”
Foster becomes Staggies boss Jim McIntyre’s eighth summer signing for the Highlanders.