Tranmere have signed goalkeeper Tony Warner until the end of the season and he could make his debut in Saturday's home clash with Walsall.

The 36-year old began his career with Liverpool in 1990 and he spent time on loan at Swindon, Aberdeen and Celtic before making the permanent move to Millwall in 1999.

Warner made more than 200 appearances over four years for the Lions and then spent two seasons at Cardiff before moving to Fulham and then Hull before a brief spell at Scunthorpe earlier in the season.

Manager Les Parry said: "I'm delighted to be able to bring a goalkeeper as experienced as Tony to the club.

"He's a quality goalkeeper who has played in the Premier League and at international level and he will improve our squad.

"He's a local lad so won't need much time to settle in and I look forward to working with him."

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